With the NBA season on an indefinite hiatus, many players are turning to video games to occupy their time - much to the surprise of Mark Cuban.
The Dallas Mavericks owner said he had no idea so many NBAers are also avid gamers.
"The capacity of NBA players to play video games," Cuban told Bri Amaranthus of DallasBasketball.com. "It's limitless. I had no idea so many of them were gamers. I knew we had a few guys but it seems like it's every player."
Players will have the opportunity to test their video game skills in the first NBA 2K Players Tournament, which begins Friday. Among those competing are Kevin Durant, Trae Young, Hassan Whiteside, Donovan Mitchell, and Devin Booker.