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Skip Bayless Says He Loved Kevin Durant’s First TikTok, Proceeds To Throw Shade At LeBron James: “You’ve Always Been More Clutch Than LeBron.“

Skip Bayless Says He Loved Kevin Durant’s First TikTok, Proceeds To Throw Shade At LeBron James: “You’ve Always Been More Clutch Than LeBron.“

NBA superstars usually have a very tight schedule when they are in the middle of the regular season and the playoffs. But everyone deserves some time off, and NBA players get that free time during the offseason.

It depends on each individual regarding how they like to spend their hard-earned free time. Some use it to continue their training and get ahead of their competition, while others simply use it to go on a long vacation.

Brooklyn Nets superstar Kevin Durant is someone who uses it for a third reason, which is to engage with his fans on social media platforms. More often than not, fans can find KD on Twitter roasting or arguing with fans and NBA analysts for the tiniest of reasons.

Now the 33-year-old has discovered another platform to share his views about things. Yes, we are talking about Kevin Durant finally making an account on TikTok. Although KD is yet to figure out how to use the platform, we are sure he will figure that out soon.

Durant's first video on the platform was met with overwhelming support from fans. Among them was also NBA analyst Skip Bayless. Bayless used this opportunity to express his love for KD's first TikTok video and as usual, somehow managed to make this about LeBron James.

Hey, Kevin Durant: I loved your first TikTok - exactly! - and I get your tweet about never arriving with a ball but that you've gone home with one. You've always been more clutch than LeBron. I have your back as usual. Now, feel free to rip me as usual.

Skip Bayless has been a longtime fan of Kevin Durant. But last year, KD cleared the air that he really doesn't like Skip.

Bayless must have been really hurt after seeing his favorite player tweet that out. Skip even tried to twist the narrative and claimed that KD only said that because he needed something to motivate him.

Well, that's what Skip might believe, but it seems to be far from the truth. After all, Durant is many things, but he never tries to hide his real feelings about someone. Be it an NBA fan or an analyst like Skip.