Twitter Destroyed Skip Bayless For Dismissing Incredible LeBron James Shot as ‘Lucky’
Was it skill, or was it luck?
Monday night in the closing seconds of his team’s game against the Washington Wizards, Cleveland Cavaliers superstar LeBron James hit a remarkable 3-pointer with 0.3 seconds remaining to tie the contest at 120. James hit the incredible shot off-the-glass while fading out of bounds. It’s one of the crazier end-game shots you’ll see.
And according to Fox Sports 1’s Skip Bayless, it was a total fluke.
LeBron just got away with a blatant wlk, but was so off balance he missed the bunny layup. THEN he made a lucky three to tie.
— Skip Bayless (@RealSkipBayless) February 7, 2017
Fans on Twitter disagreed with the Undisputed host. And they let him know about it.
@RealSkipBayless give him credit you clown, that was beautiful and I don’t even like the Cavs
— Karim (@karimtbe) February 7, 2017
@RealSkipBayless just stop
— Tom Brady ????? (@815thelo) February 7, 2017
@RealSkipBayless Yeah, yeah, we know…and get off your lawn, right?
— Helena Hamilton (@TweetlySaved) February 7, 2017
@RealSkipBayless when he actually makes a clutch shot its lucky lol…
— Romaine Reid (@99probz) February 7, 2017
— Marc Goodbar (@mrgoodbar925) February 7, 2017
.@RealSkipBayless YOU ARE A HATER OLD MAN
— Connor Grove (@connorgrove15) February 7, 2017
— Calvin Burns (@calvin001223) February 7, 2017
@RealSkipBayless I think you got lucky landing your career. That pass, catch and shot was epic.
— Matt Nottingham (@mattnott02) February 7, 2017
— Goldberg (@AEsolda) February 7, 2017
@RealSkipBayless yea, man. He really sucks at basketball, huh? Should probably just hang it up I guess…
— Hank Leslie (@Swag24USNA) February 7, 2017
@RealSkipBayless straight skill. Stop hating on greatness.
— Arbie III (@Arbskywalker) February 7, 2017
@RealSkipBayless every long buzzer beater is essentially a lucky 3. Your point? Doesn’t make it any less great. Mystery how you keep job.
— Brian Arenschield (@barenschield) February 7, 2017
@RealSkipBayless More people watch matlock than your show.
— Doug Adams (@thedouglasadams) February 7, 2017
So was it skill, or was it luck? See for yourself by watching above, via TNT.
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