De'Aaron Fox was clearly unhappy with ESPN's analyst Amin Elhassan after the latter took some shots at the Kings point guard, trying to play him down while comparing him to Memphis Grizzlies young star Ja Morant. During a recent edition of "The Jump," Elhassan was asked if he would like to have Morant on his team and his answer raised a lot of eyebrows around the league.
“He is who De’Aaron Fox thinks he is,” Elhassan said while the rest of his co-hosts asked him why he would say something like that.
Fox obviously wasn't having any of that and he took to Instagram to replied to the analyst, picking some strong words to describe him and his comments about the player.
"Boys a b---h and everybody can tell him I said that," Fox said in the comments section of the post.
Moreover, he took to Twitter to send a message to Elhassan, making it clear that he did him wrong by bringing up his name in a conversation that didn't involve him in the first place.
This wasn't a good comment from Elhassan and now he created unnecessary drama around the league. He responded to the Sacramento Kings star, who was really mad seeing what Amin had to say about him.
They then engaged in a back and forth on Twitter and fans really loved it.
There is anything but love between these two now and neither Fox nor Elhassan are backing down.