There’s no telling if Scottie Pippen is just trolling or speaking from a place of what he sees as the truth.
Since the Last Dance aired in April of 2020, everyone from N.B.A. players, former N.B.A. players, and columnists gave their opinions on Michael Jordan and the Bulls Dynasty.
Pippen recently spoke on Jordan’s glory and how he believed Netflix’s classic documentary evolved around Jordan, showing the new generation James wasn’t a “God” like him.
“Michael was determined to prove to the current generation of fans that he was larger-than-life during his day — and still larger than LeBron James, the player many consider his equal, if not superior,” per GQ.
The story’s bigger picture was the “Golden Era” of the 1990s, where the Bulls captured six N.B.A. championships and internally had issues from the bench to the locker room.
Jordan will always be considered the G.O.A.T., and as for James, he, like Jordan, could care less about the opinion of Pippen.
Flip the page for Stephen A. Smith expressing his concerns on Pippen’s statement.