Individuals who are 6-foot-11 should not be this athletic. It's just not fair. 

If you haven't heard, Andre Drummond and the Pistons are off to one hell of a start this season and Sunday night they pulled off their most impressive win of the season. Drummond was a big reason why the Pistons overcame am 18-point deficit in the second half to secure their fifth win of the year, scoring 29 points and grabbing 27 boards.

Not surprisingly, it was Drummond who provided the highlight of the night in the third quarter when he made a mockery of the Blazers defense, shaking off multiple defenders to throw down a ferocious dunk in the paint. 

Good luck stopping that. Drummond is now averaging 20.3 PPG and 20.3 RPG and Sunday marked his third 20-20 game of the season, putting him in some rare company. 

And according to the AP, Drummond leads all active players with three career 25-25 games. Dwight Howard and Al Jefferson both have two. 

Detroit is 5-1 start and off to its best start since 2007-08. Drummond is a big reason why. And he's only 22.  

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