Evan Fournier's reaction to his NBA 2k17 character is hilarious

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Some of the NBA's stars have been finding out their NBA 2k17 ratings over the last couple of days.

While many are happy with how the guys at 2k have rated them ahead of the new season, some are less than impressed, while one player, in particular, has been left confused by how the gaming franchise have portrayed him.

2k are famed for their incredible likeness of players throughout all 30 franchises, however, Orlando Magic man Evan Fournier was left a little bit puzzled when he received his screenshot from Ronnie.

The guard received a 78 rating but it was his face in the screenshot that raised questions as he tweeted: "I'm not sure who this guy in my 2K screenshot is. He got my name and my jersey on, though..."

Fournier wasn't the only unhappy player, Brandon Jennings of the New York Knicks couldn't believe he had been given a lower rating that Jared Dudley. Jennings was given a 75 while Dudley was 76.

Some of the latest player ratings to be released include an 80 for Knicks sophomore Kristaps Porzingis, who finds himself eight down from Karl-Anthony Towns, who he came second to in the race for Rookie of the Year. 

First-time All-Star Isaiah Thomas is at 85, although he feels he should at least be on the level of Towns.

Lakers duo Jordan Clarkson and Julius Randle were both at 77, Most Improved Player CJ McCollum was rated at 83. Indiana Pacers sophomore Myles Turner is at 78.

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