Shannon Sharpe rejoices following LeBron James’s clutch game winner right in Steph Curry’s face; calls him ‘LeGOAT’ and ‘GOATJames’.
Last night’s play in game between LeBron James and the Los Angeles Lakers and Steph Curry’s Golden State Warriors most definitely set the bar extremely high for future play in games in the coming seasons. As Steve Kerr described it during his timeouts, the bout would delve into becoming a game of runs; and his words spoke true as there were several lead changes throughout the game.
Though the Warriors were up big at halftime, 13 points in the NBA is a very achievable goal to reach, as highlighted by Mike Breen. LeBron James took matters upon his own hands with the shot clock winding down, and hit one of the most clutch and awe-inspiring shots of the season with under a minute left in the game.
To make matters worse, he hit it while (according to him) seeing three rims and right in between Steph Curry’s eyes, who, by the way, was the best player on the court for the duration of the game.
Shannon Sharpe hilariously dresses up as a goat to signify LeBron James is the greatest of all time.
Shannon Sharpe, an avid LeBron enthusiast, couldn’t get enough of the 4x champ’s clutch shot from last night as came to Undisputed today dressed up as a goat, to signify that LeBron James is the ‘GOAT’. Skip Bayless was, of course, having none of it as he claimed James had to do all of that just to beat a Warriors team with no Klay Thompson, James Wiseman, and Kelly Oubre Jr.
— shannon sharpe (@ShannonSharpe) May 20, 2021
Not to take away from the James’s shot but Skip does have a point here. The Los Angeles Lakers were more or less at full strength last night while the Warriors rolled out a shoddy, banged up team without three crucial rotation pieces. Some may argue that Oubre and Wiseman have made the Dubs slightly worse when on the court but having those two as an option would’ve been better for the Warriors nonetheless.
This shot from LeBron James in a play in game to claim the 7th seed out West is no way in any shape or form an indication of the reigning Finals MVP being the undisputed greatest player of all time.