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De'Aaron Fox Takes A Shot At NBA 2K20

(via CBS Sports)

(via CBS Sports)

Sacramento Kings point guard De’Aaron Fox isn’t happy with the latest installment of the NBA 2K video game franchise. The young player didn’t hesitate to show his opinion towards the game, which wasn’t well-received by some fans and players.

After the NBA suspended the 2019/20 season, we’ve seen NBA players being more active on social media and stream sites. In recent days we saw Devin Booker and Ben Simmons, among others, doing their thing on Twitch, giving some good reactions and statements to fans and experts.

Another player who likes to stream video games is Fox, who took a shot at NBA 2K, saying he won’t be streaming 2K20.

"2k is a trash game. That’s why we don’t want to stream it," Fox wrote on Twitter after fans asked him to play the simulator.

"I’ve never seen so many outlet passes go into the 12th row in my life," he explained.

Utah Jazz’s figure, Donovan Mitchell, replied to his remarks with a simple ‘L’.

Fox, Mitchell and Josh Hart have been streaming themselves playing Call of Duty, but it doesn’t seem like a real option for De’Aaron to stream 2K20. Several fans agreed with him about the quality of the game, while others thought he was wrong. Well, in these cases you’ll never have everybody with the same opinion, so it’s something personal more than anything.

Still, if you want to see some COD, Fox is your guy, then.