Skip Bayless' Comment About Kevin Durant, LeBron James Going Viral

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Skip Bayless has spent more than a decade waging a strange crusade against LeBron James.

His disapproval of the undeniable NBA superstar has often clouded any semblance of rationality for his analysis.

One would think that Bayless would give up on scholarship by now

. After all, no other basketball fan in the galaxy is still questioning the four-time MVP and four-time NBA champion.

Perhaps it is also included in his identity at this point. On Tuesday's episode of Undisputed, Bayless made another bizarre argument against James.

As a Fox Sports analyst sees it, a fictional team of Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving and Kevin Love will defeat LeBron, Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson.

and Drummond Green. This theoretical exercise puts each player in his prime.

Justification to leave? The Warriors took a 3-1 lead in the 2016 NBA Finals before signing Durant.

He conveniently forgets that James won that series for the Cleveland Cavaliers.

The Warriors won just one championship behind Curry, Thompson and Green, all of whom may have passed their peak in their 30s.

That Big Three won a championship and propelled them to a regular-season-record 73 game wins before becoming an unstoppable juggler with Durant.

They didn't have a big man like Love, but Durant and Irving's Brooklyn Nets were knocked out by the Boston Celtics in the first round.

Meanwhile, LeBron went to the NBA Finals for eight consecutive years without the benefit of playing alongside the greatest shooter in NBA history.

In it, he, Dwayne Wade and Chris Bosch defeated Durant, Russell Westbrook and James Harden (before their peak years) in the 2012 NBA Finals.

Pair James with the Splash Brothers while Green does all the dirty work, and they might not lose three games in the entire postseason.

They can't even lose thrice in the regular season.

Maybe Bayless forgot to mention that Durant, Irving, and the love team also feature Michael Jordan.

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