Jim Calhoun wants NBA teams to temper their expectations for Andre Drummond.

"The coach that gets Andre is going to need to be patient," Calhoun said. "He's getting one heck of a piece of clay. It's going to take time for him to develop; it may take five years, but you're going to have something awfully special when he does develop. And Andre's a great, great kid; he wants to learn. You'd rather have a kid that doesn't have all the answers than a kid that thinks he has all the answers."

Calhoun has said that Drummond could be the second most talented player available after Anthony Davis.