Andre Drummond loves being LeBron James’ teammate on the Los Angeles Lakers. Aside from being part of the defending champions’ frontcourt, Drummond just snagged his first back-to-back wins in the postseason with the Lakers stamping their class on the Phoenix Suns in Game 3.

Late in the game, with the Lakers up double digits, Drummond was seen mimicking the four-time MVP from the sidelines as James was posting up Suns forward Jae Crowder. Am I the only one who loves seeing Drummond having fun out there?

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Fortunately, James converted the bucket thanks to Drummond’s moral support. The big man didn’t stop there, either. Drummond went nuts when LeBron drove to the basket and finished with a beautiful reverse layup. Here’s another angle of his sideline antics:

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You love to see it. Drummond is out there having the time of his life and is actually winning in LA.

Prior to these last two wins, the big man actually had a 0-9 record in his career in terms of playoff games. With the Lakers stealing Game 2 in Phoenix and capitalizing on home-court advantage in Game 3, it’s not hard to see why the 27-year-old is on a high right now.

Drummond has started all of his three playoff games for the Lakers so far and has been rather effective. With Drummond working hard on the block, both James and Anthony Davis can focus on creating plays both on offense and defense for LA.

The reigning four-time rebounds leader grabbed 11 boards in Game 3, which was huge to help the Lakers grab a big 109-95 win at home.