De'Aaron Fox is a rising star. One season after being the No. 5 overall pick in the 2017 NBA Draft, the young point guard has the Kings in position to possibly end a 12-season playoff drought. 

He's winning Sacramento's heart with his play on the court, but with his food takes? Not so much. 

Fox, who grew up in Texas, isn't a fan of the key to California's heart -- In-N-Out Burger. He reitirated his opinion over NBA All-Star Weekend, too, and stuck to that take Tuesday. 

Kings rookie Harry Giles, a North Carolina native, agreed with his teammate. 

But how do Sacramentans feel? Mostly about how you'd expect if you understand the greatness of this burger. CBS Sacramento went to a local In-N-Out, and fans clearly weren't with Fox this time. 

"He shouldn't be on the Kings anymore," one fan jokingly said. 

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There's only one solution to this mess you've created, De'Aaron. Keep doing your thing on the court, and leave the In-N-Out takes to the rest of us. Or just let me eat the burgers for you.

Now I want a Double-Double. Who cares if it's not even 8 a.m. yet?