Although they made up one of the greatest duos in the history of professional sports, Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen are not best friends, far from it.
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Pippen, who never liked being seen as ‘MJ’s right-hand man’, caused a strong reaction during his podcast appearance Jimmy’s Hot SauceFriday.
Jordan wasn’t a very good player before Pippen joined the Bulls in 1987. At least, according to him.
“I saw Michael Jordan play before the Bulls got him. I saw him play. He was a terrible player. It was terrible to play with him.”
Of course, in the years since Pippen’s arrival, the Chicago Bulls have experienced the greatest moments in their history, winning six championships between 1991 and 1998.
But before that, Pippin believes, Jordan was a selfish and ineffective player.
He continued, “He was playing singles and forcing bad throws.” Suddenly we became a team and started winning. And everyone forgot how it was.
Not only did Pippen throw an arrow at his ex… he also threw flowers at LeBron James. He and Jordan are widely considered to be the two greatest players in NBA history.
“Statistically, LeBron is the best athlete to ever play basketball,” Pippen said. Nobody can compare to it. person.
“Does that make LeBron the greatest player in history? I’m not going to get into that debate. I don’t think there is the greatest player of all time, because our sport is a team game.”
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