Andrew Wiggins doesn't like NBA 2k

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The player ratings for NBA 2k17 have been making a lot of noise on social media since they started coming out last week.

Most people have been happy with their grade on the game that is released later in September, although, Evan Fournier was a little bit confused about his likeness, but it seems Andrew Wiggins is less than impressed.

The Minnesota Timberwolves are a team on the rise and the forward, who averaged 20.7 points in his sophomore season, is a huge part of their promise.

Many people are tipping them to be a future title challenger as they have the previous two Rookie of the Year winners; Karl-Anthony Towns and Wiggins, alongside Zach LaVine and this year's fifth pick Kris Dunn.

However, basketball's most famous video game does not appear to rate Wiggins as highly at this point in his career as others do. Having handed Towns an 88 after his rookie season, the 2015 winner was only given an 82.

The former number one pick, who was drafted to the Timberwolves by the Cleveland Cavaliers for Kevin Love, took it as an opportunity to throw shade at the game by saying he prefers to play Call of Duty.

2k is popular with a lot of the NBA's players; Miami Heat center Hassan Whiteside is just one of the guys who plays the console game on a regular basis, however, Wiggins doesn't fall into that category.

But there's only one way for the T-Wolves man to change the rating, and that's on the court.

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