Scottie Pippen: Phil Jackson's Racism Is Why Kukoc Got The Last Shot In 1994

Published June 28, 2021 at 1:28 PM

Scottie Pippen has been making headlines this week. He took a shot on Kevin Durant in Durant-LeBron James comparison and he made a bold statement by saying he never really had an off-court relationship with Michael Jordan.

This time, Pippen took a shot on Phil Jackson in an episode of Dan Patrick Show.

Scottie Pippen claims Phil Jackson's decision to give Toni Kukoc the game-winning shot play over him in 1994 was racially motivated and that Jackson was and is racist.

Pippen refused to take the floor late in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Semifinals against the New York Knicks in the 1994 NBA playoffs. This was the time the Bulls doesn't have Michael Jordan and their best player on the roster is Scottie Pippen.

Pippen also says Michael Jordan's pass to Steve Kerr's game-winning shot in game 6 of 1997 NBA Finals was for the cameras and. Steve Kerr's «I'll be ready» line was pretty much scripted, he added.

Chicago Bulls and Michael Jordan fans will surely won't like these comments from the Chicago Bulls' legend.

Here's the link of the full episode:

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