"I didn't even see top 30 last night."
Skip Bayless -- well, he's Skip Bayless. He was one of the many consuming Game 3 of the NBA Finals Wednesday night which ultimately turned into a loss for the Warriors, being led by Stephen Curry, in a 123-109 defeat to the Toronto Raptors.
Naturally, Bayless didn't waste any time providing his "takes" on Curry during a segment on FS1's "Undisputed" Thursday morning. Which is fine, but saying he had his chance to prove he was a top 10 player and didn't during a game where he tallied a playoff career-high 47 points is ridiculous:
"Steph had his opportunity to say, 'You know what? I don't need Kevin Durant. For that matter, I don't really need my Splash Brother.'" - @RealSkipBayless pic.twitter.com/LOeTscsDDV— UNDISPUTED (@undisputed) June 6, 2019
Those points made the six-time All-Star made him the ninth player in NBA history to top 45 points in a Finals game.
Shannon Sharpe kept telling Bayless to stop when he was greeted with "well, I'm starting it."
Curry certainly started the game -- and he did so without two All-Star players Kevin Durant and Klay Thompson who were both sidelined with injuries. Beyonce' and Jay-Z sitting courtside witnessed the greatness of Curry, Draymond Green himself saw the effort Curry put in -- even saying he should have supported him during his endeavors.
"I've got to play better and offer him more help," Green said after the game. "If I played better, with the night that he had, we would have won. So, we need him to continue to be aggressive like he's been, and all of us got to continue to fill in and be better."
Curry made six three-pointers during the game, but even that wasn't enough.
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"He's made 13 as a career high," Bayless added.
What did we just watch?