Skip Bayless just can't let it go.
Even after LeBron James and the Lakers had a massively disappointing season, forcing the superstar forward to miss the playoffs for the first time since his second season in the league, the FOX Sports analyst stills finds ways to drag the three-time NBA champion.
And he found a clever way to do so Tuesday morning during the open of "Undisputed."
After the Virginia Cavaliers outlasted Texas Tech in overtime to win the national championship Monday night, Bayless felt it was the proper time to take a shot at James. You know, now that the "Cavaliers" had won a title without him.
Nice one, Skip.
Bayless, of course, is referring to the Cavs' 2016 championship where they defeated the Warriors in seven games. Draymond Green infamously was suspended for Game 5, which turned the series in the Cavaliers' favor.
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Bayless will continue to torment James all summer, especially if the Lakers strike out in free agency as many expect them to.
Of course, it's doubtful LeBron even watches Bayless and Sharpe debate his greatness almost every day. Although, he might tune in after an especially transcendent performance just to see Sharpe wear that ridiculous goat mask,
One loss, and one national pundit is ready to bury Jimmy Garoppolo.
One day after Garoppolo suffered his first career loss as a starter, FS1's Skip Bayless said he believes the Patriots made the prudent move at quarterback last year.
"I think [Patriots owner] Robert Kraft made the right decision to stick with Tom Brady," Bayless said as his show, "Undisputed," came to an end Monday morning.
Last October, the Patriots traded Brady's backup to the 49ers for a second-round draft pick. Garoppolo was supposed to take over for Brady when the five-time Super Bowl champion decided to retire, but coach Bill Belichick chose to move the younger QB.
On Sunday, Garoppolo had his worst performance as a 49er. He completed 15 of 33 passes for 261 yards and one touchdown with three interceptions in a 24-16 loss to the Vikings. As for Brady, the 41-year-old completed 26 of 39 passes for 277 yards and three TDs with one interception in the Patriots' 27-20 win over the Texans.
Listen to what Bayless had to say to co-host Shannon Sharpe right here:
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