Watch: Pistons use Obama ‘Jumpman’ supercut for Drummond campaign

Detroit Pistons’ Andre Drummond (centre). (Jim Mone/AP)

The 2016 NBA All-Star Game in Toronto is a little over a month away and that means all-star campaigns are in full swing.

And while the stuff seen out there has been mostly pathetic, the Detroit Pistons’ movement for centre Andre Drummond is straight fire.

The Pistons’ have beautifully managed to meld U.S. president Barack Obama, Drake and Future’s smash hit “Jumpman” and all things Drummond into one glorious supercut.

What a time to be alive.

This campaign doesn’t come without warrant as Drummond is leading the league in both rebounding and double-doubles.

So if his impressive numbers aren’t enough to convince you, that amazing video should definitely convince you to cast your #NBAVote.

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