Scottie Pippen had some sharp criticism of Michael Jordan

Scottie Pippen didn’t hold back in his new book letting the world know just how upset he was with Michael Jordan after The Last Dance. 

The Chicago Bulls in the 1990’s was nothing short of sensational to see. Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippen and Co. went on to win six NBA Finals titles. It goes without saying, but none of that would have happened without Jordan taking the hardwood.

The team’s glorious and controversial run was highlighted during the documentary The Last Dance, which really captivated the basketball world from start to finish. Well, Pippen remains furious with how he was depicted in things and he also made it clear he’s not happy with Jordan whatsoever.

Scottie Pippen remains angry with Michael Jordan

In his new memoir ‘Unguarded,’ Pippen blasted Jordan for him being so arrogant. In the show, Jordan was made to look like a God, per Pippen. Pippen also went on to say that Jordan felt like he was larger than life. At the same time, Pippen is tired of Jordan still thinking he’s better than LeBron James.

This kind of call-out from Pippen really has some mixed emotions. He claims that several former Chicago teammates feel the same way, while others aren’t happy with Pippen having this kind of reaction either. Remember, there’s no way Pippen would have any NBA Finals rings without Jordan. Could Pippen say the same for Jordan? Probably not.

As things stand, it doesn’t look like the relationship between these two Bulls legends is going to get fixed any time soon. Pippen is certainly stealing the show right now with his latest remarks. We’ll see if Jordan comes out and responds. There could be even more drama on the way here, folks.

Source: FanSided

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