Shannon Sharpe showed his unhappiness on the show and disagreed with the opinion of Skip defending Kevin Durant

NBA analyst Skip Bayless is known for his remarks on LeBron James and the case is nothing new this time either. Recently, on the UNDISPUTED with Shannon Sharpe, Skip defended Kevin Durant and took shots at the Lakers star LeBron and Warriors point guard, Stephen Curry.

The show talked about the Lakers willing to trade a couple of first-round picks for Nets Star and Bron’s old teammate, Kyrie Irving.

Skip reminded Shannon of the Warriors’ time of Durant when he won Finals MVP, while Shannon said Steph is probably the only man in the NBA right now, who overshadows the bigger players than him.

Skip and his takes are always in the news

Skip constantly talks about LeBron needing help and the same is the case with Durant in the past season as the Nets couldn’t get much far in the championship. Shannon thought it was not nice of Skip to lash out at Bron and Curry while defending Durant for doing the same.

Shannon said, “When LeBron lost those titles with Kyrie, nobody blamed Kyrie. They blamed LeBron James. Kevin Durant is the only superstar, when he loses, you blame his co-stars.” 

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"You blame everybody else" - Shannon Sharpe unhappy with Skip Bayless defending Kevin Durant and hitting out at LeBron James and Steph Curry 3

Skip has always been in the talks with his takes. Fans on the internet also showed their disagreement with the points that Skip made during the show.

Sharpe added, “When he loses, you blame Russ, you blame Kyrie, you blame everybody else, except him (Kevin Durant)”.

Future of Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving

Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving played last season together but both of them were in the conversation during the season and after as well. Now, when Kyrie wants a way out of the Nets, and the Lakers are showing interest, the move of Kyrie will surely be interesting for the league.

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NEW YORK, NEW YORK – MAY 25: Kyrie Irving #11 of the Brooklyn Nets handles the ball against the Boston Celtics in Game Two of the First Round of the 2021 NBA Playoffs at Barclays Center on May 25, 2021, in New York City.

Notably, Kevin Durant only won rings when he was part of Steph’s Warriors. He played with NBA superstars like Kyrie, Harden, and Westbrook, but fell short every time when it was about winning a ring.

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