“If only he could’ve made one in Game 7…” – Steph Curry blamed for ‘phony GOAT talk’ around LeBron James by Skip Bayless
Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors battled the Cleveland Cavaliers 4 years straight in the NBA Finals.
Skip Bayless criticizes Stephen Curry for being in fault for the 2016 Final loss, after his recent game-winner against Phoenix Suns (Via Basketball Network)
Let’s take a blast to the past, to the NBA final 2015-16. Golden State Warriors vs Cleveland Cavaliers. Stephen Curry vs LeBron James, and it was game 7. One of the most intriguing finals in the history of basketball where two icons in the making, faced off against each other. And it was a showdown.
But it was definitely a heartbreak for Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors, who went on to lose the final at game 7. With a brilliant display from both sides, it ended in the Cavaliers who won by 89-93 walking away with the trophy. But even after years of heartbreak, some are still salty over the fact that Stephen Curry couldn’t save them like he did last game against the Phoenix Suns.
After Stephen Curry’s game-winner against the Phoneix Suns, which saw the Golden State Warriors win by 113-112, it was a joyous occasion for the Bayside. But there were a few who still had bitterness at that moment, with one of them being a show host, Skip Bayless who even tweeted that Curry should have done that to save his team in the 2015 Finals to settle the GOAT debate.
Stephen Curry was phenomenal last night, being the clutch player like the always was. And with just 0.7 seconds left in the clock, he would deliver what would be the winning shot, erupting the whole of Chase Center. And while everyone was jolly about the moment, there were also people like Skip Bayless who weren’t the most pleased.
Fans react to Skip Bayless’s tweet against Steph Curry
After the winner, there were a few, not the biggest fans of the moment. One of them was Skip Bayless, who was quick to great to the victory with a rather throwback tweet, criticizing Curry for not doing the same as he did last night, costing the final.
Fans were quick to react to the tweet, giving their thoughts and opinions on it. Of course, the Cavaliers and the Warriors during the period had a firm rivalry fuelled by LeBron and Curry.
While the tweet garnished a lot of attention and views, fans were also quick to point out the mistake in dates on his tweet. Either way, it was a much-needed victory for the Golden State Warriors and Stephen Curry, who will look to build upon this form and move forward.
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