Once considered as one of the greatest small forwards of all time, Scottie Pippen made a name for himself in the NBA. He played a total of 17 seasons and was critical in making the Chicago Bulls a force to reckon with. He had the help of Michael Jordan, of course. Scottie was also instrumental in making basketball popular among young kids of the 1990s—including many of their fathers and family members.

There were some rumors, however, during the last years of his long career of trade because Scottie was not satisfied with his pay. He also did not like how he was portrayed in The Last Dance. In the documentary, while MJ gave credit to Scottie and acknowledged him for being an inspiration to him, he also thought Scottie was selfish when he delayed his surgery until the start of the 1997-1998 season. We hope that the two can talk about this and try to solve whatever lingering issues they might have.