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Kevin Love and Tristan Thompson Speak on Importance of Scottie Pippen After Premiere of ‘The Last Dance’
- Updated: April 20, 2020
The first two episodes of “The Last Dance” certainly lived up to the hype.
I’m glad Scottie is getting the respect he deserves, he was a beast #TheLastDance
Who else had Scottie’s shoes growing up???
The 10-part series highlights the 1997-98 Bulls season, the final year that Michael Jordan played on the team.
However, while the show mainly focuses on the shooting guard, Pippen is getting some much-deserved attention and love. After all, the veteran played a huge part on the Bulls’ championship squads.
The 54-year-old has career averages 16.1 points, 6.4 rebounds and 5.2 assists per game. While his individual performances were tremendous, he always played second fiddle to Jordan.
Now, fans are getting a closer look into the pivotal role Pippen played in the historic dynasty.
While Love and Thompson are enjoying the miniseries as fans, they unintentionally propelled the production of the documentary.