Thompson was ranked as the league's second-best 3-point shooter, but his outside shooting rating of 88 was far behind Warriors teammate Steph Curry (99). When the ratings were released, Thompson shared his displeasure on Instagram, calling the video game "doo doo" and the creators of it "bums," in classic Klay fashion.
On Monday, Ronnie Singh -- known as "Ronnie 2K" as the public face of the video game -- addressed Thompson's complaints with a witty response.
"Even though Klay said that he hadn't played NBA2K since the Dreamcast, the fact that he cares about his rating so much, I know that that's not true," Singh said to Joey Linn of Sports Illustrated. "I can see his gamer tag; he plays it just plenty.
"But I also think him in specific, he was really upset about an 88 3-point rating. But you know what the funny thing is? That was still tied for the second-highest rating. I think that's part of the issue of having a teammate that's leaps and bounds ahead of everybody, like how do you deal with that?"
Thompson's 88 rating is tied with three other players as the second-best 3-point shooters in the game, joining Kevin Durant, Desmond Bane and Luke Kennard.
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