Andre Drummond on his name being in countless trade rumors: ‘I control what I can control’

Andre Drummond doesn’t know if he will still be a Chicago Bulls big man by the end of the day tomorrow, but if it is bothering the UConn alum, he isn’t letting it show too much. “I control what I can control,” said Drummond to the Chicago Sun Times’ Joe Cowley. “I’ve been doing this for 12 years.”

“It didn’t change then, it won’t change now,” he continued, Drummond’s name in the news as the most likely Bull to be dealt ahead of the Feb. 8 deadline. “There’s nothing I can do about it. If (a trade) happens, it happens.”

“If it doesn’t, great,” he offered. “Whatever jersey I put on … Chicago Bulls is who I play for now.”

“Either way, I’m just going to come in and do my job on a daily basis,” said Drummond. “Great night for me (Tuesday), great night for the team and an excellent win. Enjoying the moment.”

The NBA’s 2024 trade deadline ends tomorrow, Feb. 8 at 2 p.m. CT.

Story originally appeared on Lonzo Wire