During a podcast, Dan Patrick and Pippen talked about a play in the 1994 playoffs, in which Jackson set up a game-winning shot to Toni Kukoc. Pippen has called that a "racial move."
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ESPN's 10-part documentary chronicling Michael Jordan's final season with the Chicago Bulls has been a hit with viewers, but attracted criticism from some of Jordan's former teammates.
The former Detroit Pistons star told Fox Sports host Shannon Sharpe that he never considered Jordan a direct rival.
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West shared a video that Rodman sent him recently, in which the NBA hall of famer offered warm words to the rapper.
Sam Smith has dismissed Jordan's claims Scottie Pippen and Phil Jackson would have returned for the 1998-98 season and that MJ had food poisoning before "The Flu Game."
Rodman's defense of The Last Dance comes after Horace Grant claimed the documentary was edited to make Jordan look better.
ESPN's 10-part documentary on Michael Jordan's final season with the Chicago Bulls cast Jerry Krause as the chief villain.
In Episode 5 of "The Last Dance," Bryant explained he had a special relationship with Jordan, whom he saw as his mentor.
"Man in the Arena" will feature nine episodes covering Tom Brady's career in the NFL and will air at some point in 2021.
Jordan's two seasons with the Washington Wizards are often considered a failure, but his impact on the court was far superior to his dealings as executive.
Horace Grant, Craig Hodges and Dennis Rodman have all spoken out about the blockbuster documentary series and the way that certain players were portrayed.
"Game 6: The Movie" will feature exclusive, never-before-seen game footage captured during Michael Jordan's final game with the Chicago Bulls.
"The Last Dance" received almost universal praise, but which other great NBA teams would make for a must-see documentary?
Jordan got food poisoned the night before Game 5 of the 1997 NBA Finals, before going on to score 38 points as the Bulls defeated the Jazz 90-88.
"If MJ had a grudge with me, let's settle this like men," Grant said Tuesday. "Let's talk about it. Or we can settle it another way."
Director Jason Heir revealed former Utah Jazz stars Karl Malone and Bryon Russell both declined to feature in ESPN's 10-part documentary on Michael Jordan.
The soundtrack to ESPN's 10-part documentary on Michael Jordan earned glowing praise and is available on Spotify.
ESPN's The Last Dance documentary reignited the ongoing debate over whom between LeBron and MJ is the greatest player of all time.
Jordan and Malone met twice in the NBA Finals with MJ twice denying The Mailman a maiden NBA title in 1997 and 1998.
Jordan revealed he didn't suffer from flu but from a serious bout of food poisoning.
The Bulls won a sixth NBA title in eight years in 1998 but within a few months MJ, Scottie Pippen and Dennis Rodman and Phil Jackson had all left.
The final two episodes of ESPN's 10-part documentary on Michael Jordan's final season with the Chicago Bulls air on Sunday night.
After the Dance With Stephen A. Smith: A SportsCenter Special will air on May 19 at 8 p.m. ET on both ESPN and ABC.
Jasmine Jordan admits been surprised by the candid and honest portrayal of his father throughout the first eight episodes of ESPN's documentary.
Ewing and the Knicks met the Bulls six times in the playoffs between 1989 and 1996, losing on five occasions and winning only during Jordan's brief retirement.
Jordan played in the minor leagues for 12 months after his first retirement from the NBA, before returning to the Chicago Bulls in 1995.
Payton did not guard Jordan in the first three games as the Sonics slumped to a 3-0 deficit, but successfully limited MJ in the next three games.