Skip Bayless says Ray Allen’s shot saved LeBron’s legacy and it was the best clutch shot in the NBA history

Sports analyst Skip Bayless talked about the best clutch shot he’d ever seen.

According to him, it was Ray Allen’s shot, when in year 2013 he hit a three-pointer in the closing seconds of Game 6 of the NBA Finals that tied the game and forced an overtime.

“As painful as it is to me, Ray Allen’s shot was the greatest clutch shot in NBA history. It shot me and my Spurs right in the heart. But Ray Allen did make the shot of shots, the greatest shot ever and saved LeBron’s legacy,” Bayless said.