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Skip Bayless Completely And Utterly Loses It In Explosive Miami Heat Rant

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Skip Bayless Completely And Utterly Loses It In Explosive Miami Heat Rant

Skip Bayless' had a complete and utter meltdown on the latest episode of Fox's Undisputed.

The veteran analyst well and truly lost the plot following the Miami Heat's loss to the Boston Celtics in their Eastern Conference final.

With that win, the Celtics gained a 3-2 lead in the series, and questions began surfacing as to whether the Heat have the depth to compete with the very best.

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One person who thinks they're stretching themselves too thin is Philadelphia 76ers star Joel Embiid, who tweeted: "Miami needs another star".

This suggestion left Skip furious and his shared his frustrations with co-host Shannon Sharpe the following morning.

“Joel Embiid tweets last night the Miami Heat needs another star,” Bayless said.

“Baloney they need another star! They’ve got one who has completely quit on them while acting like he’s still playing, and that’s Jimmy Butler.

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“Baloney they need another star, they have the freakin’ 6th man of the year sitting on the bench in street clothes. He averaged 21 points a game.

“Tyler Herro, nobody comes off the bench and impacts the game more than Tyler Herro.”

During his passionate outburst, 50-year-old Skip jumped up out of his seat and leaned over his broadcast table, hitting it with his hand in a fit of rage.

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Meanwhile, his face was getting more by the second and the veins in his neck were popping out like something out of a cartoon.

As this was all unfolding, his co-star Sharpe simply sat back wide-eyed in amazement.


In made for spectacular viewing from an entertainment standpoint, but if truth be told, Skip is bang on the money.

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Granted, the Celtics are playing pretty well, but Miami has completely capitulated and thrown away a 2-0 series lead

The two teams now head to TD Garden where Boston's home court advantage could see them extend their lead even further.

Featured Image Credit: Twitter/Fox

Topics: Australia, NBA, Basketball

Max Sherry
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