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Deandre Ayton Was Pissed Off After Losing Game Of NBA 2K18: "This Game Is S**T. I'll Sue The F**k Out Of You If You Put Me In That Game!"

Deandre Ayton Was Pissed Off After Losing Game Of NBA 2K18: "This Game Is S**T. I'll Sue The F**k Out Of You If You Put Me In That Game!"

Playing NBA 2K is a great way to pass some time. Be it either with your friends or competitive level, sometimes we can't just control our rage. The reason could be anything from losing to just the servers being down. 

NBA players are no different from us, at least in this aspect. Take a stroll down the memory lane, when Phoenix Suns center Deandre Ayton lost his cool after losing a game in the NBA 2K18. 

It would be an understatement to say that Ayton was just pissed because he was simply furious. Ayton was probably unaware that he was on camera and went on to give fans an epic rant.

Bro, this f*****g game. I wanna break the f**k out of (PS4). Bro, I hate 2K18. This game is s**t. Don't ever put me in that f*****g game. This game is s**t. I'll sue the f**k out of you if you ever put me in that f*****g game. That game is s**t. It is made for bums."

You can watch the full video above. While Ayton seemed pretty adamant about never featuring in the game. He is in the game and he has an overall of 86 in the NBA 2K22. 

The surge in his rating was the direct result of his phenomenal performance last season. Ayton, alongside Chris Paul and Devin Booker, helped the Phoenix Suns reach the 2021 NBA Finals.

Although the Suns came up short and lost the series to the Milwaukee Bucks, it showed the world what this team is capable of.

For the 2021-22 NBA season, the Suns are one of the biggest favorites to at least make it to the finals. But they won't have an easy path to the finals. Teams like the Los Angeles Lakers, Golden State Warriors, and Utah Jazz are in the same conference as the Suns. 

So, it will be pretty difficult for them to repeat last year's success. Ayton will play a vital role in the team as he has bloomed into a stunning player.

In his first postseason appearance, he averaged 15.8 points and 11.8 rebounds per game. The organization will expect more of the same from their young star this season as well.