Skip Bayless delivers some genuine analysis on Devin Booker and the Suns, and the NBA community can’t believe it
Game 3 of the NBA Finals just wasn’t it for Devin Booker and the Phoenix Suns.
This was perhaps the first time during this postseason, where the team looked completely helpless for large parts of the game. It just seemed like everything (including the officiating) was going the Bucks’ way. And in the end, the away team came away with a 120-100 defeat in game 3.
After the match, Booker faced a ton of criticism for his lackluster showing. But, amongst all these antics, the world has revealed to us that miracles do in fact exist.
What do we mean? Let us explain.
“This game was all about the Bucks taking Devin Booker out”: Skip Bayless delivers sound criticism without an inkling of erraticism
Yep, this event was so rare, we had to bust out the big words for it.
If you have been an NBA fan for more than 5 minutes, chances are you have heard of the King of Haters, Skip Bayless. However, if your soul’s innocence hasn’t been crushed to pieces just yet, allow us to do the honors.
The 69-year-old is one of the most infamous sports analysts on television today. ‘Why’ you ask?
Well, because he made a name for himself by 360 no-scoping hate onto just about every NBA player in the game. But, a special mention here, must go out to LeBron James, who is clearly Bayless’s favorite target.
Recently though, it seems Skip has been turning over a new leaf. Just a week ago, he tweeted out saying “I miss LeBron”. And as if that wasn’t shocking enough, he posted this right after game 3 of the NBA finals.
This game was all about the Bucks taking Devin Booker out of the game. Then, in the 4th q, Monty Williams took Book out for good. Wrong move. Advantage, Bucks.
— Skip Bayless (@RealSkipBayless) July 12, 2021
Not even the smallest droplet of hate? Can someone check in on Skip Bayless, please?
Jokes aside though, the analyst’s verdict here is bang on, in our opinion. The Bucks clearly planned to shut down Devin Booker completely. You do that, and close to 50% of the Suns’ scoring vanishes.
But, will this be enough to take Milwaukee all the way? Or, can the Suns find a way to counter it?
Only time will tell.