Philadelphia 76ers center Andre Drummond shared the terrifying moment his toddler fell into a pool and his quick reaction just seconds later that saved the 2-year-old’s life.
The two-time NBA All-Star shared a home surveillance video to Twitter on Thursday that showed the moment his son Deon fell into a pool at home, something he called “a parents worst nightmare.”
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The boy is seen sitting on the edge of the pool with adults surrounding him but in just a quick second he falls in. In the blink of an eye, Drummond jumps in — clothes, shoes and all — and pulls his son out.
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Hopefully, he didn’t have his phone on him.
“NOT ALL HEROES WEAR CAPES,” Drummond said of the 32-second clip, adding that no one got injured.
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Drummond, 28, signed with the 76ers earlier this month after finishing last season with the Los Angeles Lakers. He spent the majority of his career in Detroit before a short stint with the Cavs. He joins the Sixers, where he’ll serve as backup to All-Star center Joel Embiid.