Lil’ B Confirms-Denies the “Based God Curse” on ESPN

Lil’ B Confirms-Denies the “Based God Curse” on ESPN

Lil B has effectively offered the conviction that his “Based God Curse” is real, and active, on pretty much everybody in basketball media. Why? He gets results. Nobody that Lil B has “cursed” has ended up in a favorable position towards the end of the current year’s post-season, from Kevin Durant’s foot injury and the Thunder missing the postseason inside and out, to James Harden’s bowing out of the playoffs in the Western Conference Finals in 5 games. LeBron James hasn’t been officially cursed, yet Lil B has been exceptionally open with James’ uncredited use of his signature cooking dance.

Along these lines, ESPN, adding more fuel to the fire, welcomed Lil B up for a short segment called Cursed or Not Cursed, in which Lil B affirms or denies regardless of whether Kevin Durant, LeBron James, James Harden and Marreese Speights are still under the “Based God Curse.”

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