Thunder’s Enes Kanter mocks Skip Bayless for bad prediction

Thunder’s Enes Kanter mocked Skip Bayless on Twitter for his inaccurate Western Conference Finals prediction
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Skip Bayless has made a name for himself by making statements that could charitably be called “bold,” and when the Thunder locked up a spot in the Western Conference Finals the ESPN analyst fired out his take on Twitter, stating that he was not sure if Oklahoma City could avoid a sweep at the hands of Golden State.

On early Tuesday morning, after the Thunder had finished off beating the Warriors on the road in the first game of the series, center Enes Kanter dug back into his timeline to find Bayless’s proclamation to give himself a good chuckle after a hard fought victory.

Oklahoma City has a 1–0 series lead and the city’s least favorite son has some egg on his face, so its a pretty good day to be a Thunder fan.