Scottie Pippen + Michael Jordan Are Officially OVER

Scottie Pippen + Michael Jordan Are Officially OVER

Scottie Pippen + Michael Jordan Are Officially OVER!

The most dominant duo in NBA history will never speak to each other again, says ex-teammate Charles Oakley!!! has learned that Charles Oakley truly believes Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen have no chance at burying the hatchet.

Scottie Pippen made it clear for months how he really feels about #23 saying he deserves much more credit for the Chicago Bulls’ 6 NBA championships.

Pippen claimed that Michael Jordan used the “Last Dance” doc to coheres young fans into thinking he’s better than LeBron James.

Michael Jordan was a phenomenal player when he played in Chicago from 1985-88, but his greatness came from the team around him, namely Pippen who made it clear MJ was great due to his help.

Oakley revealed on The Bill Simmons Podcast this week:

No, I think it’s over…Yeah, I think it’s over. It wasn’t great from the get-go.

Oakley says the “Last Dance” doc left a bad taste in Pip’s mouth … as the Hall of Famer felt left out of the story.

The 58-year-old said:

I think he feels like they didn’t present him more in the Last Dance. I think they did Dennis Rodman more than Scottie and Steve Kerr.

But my thing to that is, Kerr did way more off the court than Scottie. Dennis probably has, too. But on that court, Scottie did a lot more than both of them, but Scottie felt like he was left out of there.

And he felt like Jordan wouldn’t have six rings if it wasn’t for him.

In Scottie’s words, he said last year in his memoir, “Unguarded,” that the popular Netflix doc didn’t put an emphasis on the rest of the squad.

The 58-year-old said in his book:

They glorified Michael Jordan while not giving nearly enough praise to me and my proud teammates.

Despite the public criticism from Pippen, Oakley thinks MJ will avoid responding to his nemesis.

He’s just gonna keep doing what he’s doing. Play golf, fish, relax and smoke cigars.