Only Skip Bayless would take his dislike for LeBron and put it on his son. This time round, it backfired on him tremendously.
Let’s take you back down memory lane when Jalen Rose called Skip Bayless “Water Pistol Pete” during an argument on First Take in which Bayless dared bring up what kind of shooter Rose was, leading to Rose burying Bayless by noting he averaged 1.4 points per game as a senior in high school.
That moment was brought up again despite Bayless leaving ESPN for Fox Sports’ Undisputed.
Bayless’ most recent critical tweet seemingly critiqued Bronny James not using his left for an incredible dunk in an AAU game in Europe that was the talk of the basketball world.
On Tuesday, ESPN’s Jalen Rose took a shot at Bayless.
“Nobody should be overcritical of high school players, in particular those of professional athletes. Especially if you were a junior in high school and only averaged 1.4 points. I’m just saying,” Rose said as rest of the ESPN cast laughed hysterically.
Rose did not have to say his name and everybody knew who he was speaking about.
Bronny James just began his senior year of high school. Reportedly Oregon was recently added to the list of potential schools for him next year.