Scottie Pippen: I Have No Problem Calling Phil Jackson a Racist


Naismith Hall of Fame Player Scottie Pippen joins Dan Patrick on The Dan Patrick Show. Pippen doubles down on his belief that Phil Jackson is racist, as demonstrated by his choice to give Toni Kukoc that final shot in 1994, plus his belief that Jackson attempted to "expose" Kobe Bryant while coaching him by writing his tell-all book. Pippen expands on his criticism of Kevin Durant, explaining why he has great respect for the player but simply believes he has not surpassed LeBron James. Pippen revisits his final season with the Bulls and explains why Michael Jordan's selfish nature came through for both his insistence to play to the cameras filming their documentary, along with his selfish decision to jump to baseball in the midst of his NBA career.

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