Skip Bayless continues his reign of idiocy as he counts Michael Jordan’s Space Jam game into his finals record while putting down Lebron James.
Unless you have been living under a rock as an NBA fan, you are probably aware of the newest development in this debate between LeBron James and Michael Jordan. But, by any chance, if you managed to miss it, allow us to realize the concept of the movie Birdbox for you.
With the King recently releasing his iteration of Space Jam, many within the NBA community have been badmouthing the movie, without even having watched the film.
Now, whether or not you actually like Space Jam: A New Legacy is up to you. But, at the end of the day, it’s a kid’s movie. The directors weren’t exactly looking for a cinematic masterpiece. And the very same is true for Michael Jordan’s Space Jam as well.
We will say one thing though. Despite how bad some fans have been on the topic, no one even comes close to the dominance of Skip Bayless. Over the last few weeks, he has essentially campaigned against the movie on Twitter. And very recently, he added yet another post to that list, that’ll make fans want to wash their eyes with bleach.
Let’s get into it.
“MJ was actually 7-0 in the finals, with 7 MVPs”: Skip Bayless counts Space Jam 1 into Michael Jordan’s credentials against LeBron James
This man has to be trolling…right?
Then again, this IS how he made a name for himself. After all, who have we been crediting as the biggest hater of LeBron James for the last decade or so?
Even with that in mind though, his recent tweet is still a bit… let’s say astonishing, shall we? Here is what he posted.
Michael Jordan was obviously a much better player than LeBron and his “Space Jam” was clearly better than LeBron’s. I challenge you to go watch the original and tell me differently. MJ was actually 7-0 in Finals with 7 MVPs, including his movie.
— Skip Bayless (@RealSkipBayless) July 20, 2021
Yeah, we were speechless too.
At this point, we wonder if his Airness sees some of these tweets from time-to-time, and wonders if his fan base is really this down bad. And if that is the case, we would pay good money to see his genuine reactions to some sweet, sweet Skip Bayless content.