Scottie Pippen just announced he’s dropping a new book — and it seems like there’s some shade being thrown at Michael Jordan.
Remember, Pippen said he was “not too pleased” at the way he was portrayed in MJ’s acclaimed docuseries “The Last Dance” … and was so upset, he addressed the issue with Jordan directly.
“I don’t think it was that accurate in terms of really defining what was accomplished in one of the greatest eras of basketball, but also by two of the greatest players – and one could even put that aside and say the greatest team of all time,” Pippen told The Guardian.
Fast forward to Wednesday … Pippen revealed he’s dropping an “unflinching memoir” called “Unguarded” reflecting on his life, including his time with the Bulls — and the official summary on the Simon & Schuster website is teasing some serious tea.
First … Pippen claims “there’s no ‘Michael Jordan’ as we know him” without him — adding, “The 1990s Chicago Bulls teams would not exist as we know them.”
“Pippen details how he cringed at being labeled Jordan’s sidekick, and discusses how he could have (and should have) received more respect from the Bulls’ management and the media.”
But, then a more direct shot — criticizing MJ’s leadership.
“[Pippen] discusses what it was like dealing with Jordan on a day-to-day basis, while serving as the real leader within the Bulls locker room.”
So … shots fired??
Book drops in November — guess we’ll find out soon enough!