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De’Aaron Fox’s insane admission on why he doesn’t stream NBA 2K

Kings, De'Aaron Fox, NBA 2K

For the most of us, the lockdown situation has led to a significant increase in screen time. To be more specific, video games have been one of the most welcome respites in the midst of the extreme boredom brought about by this global pandemic. Similarly, Sacramento Kings guard De’Aaron Fox might just be like every other one of us, but he made it abundantly clear that he has steered clear from one of the most popular video games today: NBA 2K.

Not only did Fox declare that he does not play the game, but he was also not shy about sharing his disgust with NBA 2K. I guess we can now confirm that he isn’t at all happy with his rating in the game. For the record, he’s actually an 85, which isn’t bad at all. That’s the same rating of guys like CJ McCollum, Deandre Ayton, Jaylen Brown, Kyle Lowry, and Nikola Vucevic, to name a few.

The Kings star didn’t really expound on why he thinks this game is “trash,” but at this point, we’re pretty sure he will never be in contention for an NBA 2K cover in the future.

All jokes aside, though, it’s an absolute luxury for some people to go into a discussion about video games at this point. Thousands of people worldwide are currently suffering from the coronavirus pandemic, and those who currently aren’t are lucky not to be and should do all they can to help combat the spread of this.

Staying inside and playing video games is one way to do it, and the young Kings guard is going to continue doing just that … only he won’t be playing NBA 2K.

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