Steph Curry won his fourth ring, but his biggest critic, Skip Bayless, still refuses to give him proper credit.
With four rings, Steph Curry continues to show how good of an NBA superstar he is, and while most people know this, his biggest hater, Skip Bayless, is refusing to acknowledge it.
During and after the Game 6 win for Golden State, Bayless made it a point to tweet his dislike for Curry.
He called the Celtics frauds, claimed Curry only made shots because other players fell down and even suggested that Boston handed Golden State the NBA Championship.
Bayless once again shows just how out of touch he is at times when it comes to giving opinions on sports. While he has been in the game for a while, these comments are not a good look, and at least, in my opinion, it makes him look desperate for attention.
There are times to sit on the terrible-take hill, and when talking, heads like Bayless need to give credit where it’s due.
What Curry and Golden State were able to do this season and in the NBA Finals wasn’t a fluke. They worked their tails off to get the job done and won the game because the Warriors were better than Boston.
Warriors: Skip Bayless keeps hating on Steph Curry, even after title win
When Bayless makes these asinine comments, it feels like he does it to grow his ego. Does he grow more powerful from hate comments? At this point, I’m convinced of this because no one with logical thinking skills would believe the things Bayless says.
You don’t have to be a Golden State fan to see who the better team was in the NBA Finals. Not to mention, what Curry has done in his career is phenomenal. Winning four NBA titles is an incredible feat. Then he disrespects Curry even more by trying to diminish Curry’s first MVP trophy? How desperate is this man for him to trash Curry?
However, Curry shouldn’t care because he has four rings and now has an MVP trophy to go with them. He earned it and is working on quite the legacy that people will remember for years to come.
Great teams are usually a group that can come together and makes it happen no matter the adversity they face. Basketball is a team sport that takes five players on the court to make things happen.
At the same time, 34 points in a Game 6 is downright impressive, which is why Curry deserved the MVP award. Does Bayless know you can score points in other ways without shooting the three? Curry went 6-of-11 from the arc, which means he made 55% — that is an incredible stat from beyond the arc.
The rest of his team barely did anything from the three-point line but leave it, Bayless, for trying to use that as a way to diminish what Curry did in this NBA Finals.
However, it’s not surprising that he does this because it seems like it makes Bayless feel better about his terrible hot-takes. Whatever helps him sleep at night.
After this fourth NBA Championship for Curry and the Warriors, he looks less credible than ever. While disliking a player is understandable, this nonsense has gone too far. Skip Bayless needs to pick a lane because, at this point, these comments are gross and out of touch.