De’Aaron Fox shows photo of him playing Dragon Ball Z on Golden 1 Center’s De’Aaron Fox plays Dragon Ball Z on Golden 1 Center’s 4K Big Screen
Sacramento Kings’ rookie sensation De’Aaron Fox is quietly enjoying his first season in the NBA averaging 11.6 points 4.3 assists and 2.6 rebounds in 27 minutes of play away from the limelight of a large city market.
The 6’3 guard has made it known on more than one occasion that he enjoys taking some time away from basketball as well, so he has other hobbies to keep himself occupied. One of his less conspicuous hobbies is gaming. There are a few other NBA players who also love playing games, and Fox is just another player on a list of athletes who enjoys diving into the digital world as well.
Fox enjoys the escape of gaming which he says takes his mind away from the basketball court, and even more to the point, it’s just fun. Ironically, one game he loves to play is NBA2K where he enjoys using his own player to rack up triple doubles and go on scoring outbursts, even if that isn’t necessarily real life.
Another hobby Fox has admitted to liking is watching Dragon Ball Z. There is no surprise that the guard nicknamed ‘Swipa the Fox’ would find himself indulging in what he loves, but bringing those things together are even better.
Tuesday evening, Fox posted a picture from the Golden 1 Center of the arena’s jumbotron, where he had the opportunity to play Bandai’s newest video game iteration of Dragon Ball Z fighter.
Fox himself is a professed Vegeta fan that stirred some controversy earlier in the season with DBZ fans when he made a three-point shot while yelling Vegeta’s nemesis special ability trademark Kameha. While the 20-year-old denied the claims, it’s clearly on video and he somehow remains close to his hobbies.
Here is a video of Fox playing the game at Bandai so you can check out his skills.