ESPN 25 Dec 2019

It's a Michael Jordan-Scottie Pippen reunion! (Michael B. Jordan, that is)


Actor and producer Michael B. Jordan joins Rachel Nichols, Scottie Pippen and Paul Pierce to watch the "Last Dance" trailer about the Chicago Bulls' 1997-98 season, discuss how Michael B. showed parts of his film "Just Mercy" to the Los Angeles Lakers (during which he gets dapped up by Dwight Howard), to choose between duos LeBron James & Anthony Davis and Kawhi Leonard & Paul George, to predict LeBron's scoring in Clippers vs. Lakers, and to predict the winner of that Christmas Day game.
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Rachel Nichols, Michael Wilbon, Scottie Pippen and Tracy McGrady discuss the ongoing issues with the Chicago Bulls, who have been led by Zach LaVine but who have been missing Wendell Carter Jr., Otto Porter Jr. and Lauri Markkanen to injury.
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Rachel Nichols, Michael Wilbon, Scottie Pippen and Tracy McGrady go live from the 2020 NBA All-Star Weekend, reacting to Jayson Tatum's 39-point game in LA Clippers vs. Boston Celtics, and discussing whether he is an elite player or part of a committee that also includes Kemba Walker, Jaylen Brown, Gordon Hayward and Marcus Smart. They then (2:33) preview Kevin Garnett becoming a Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame nominee alongside Kobe Bryant, Tim Duncan and Chris Bosh.
Stephen A. Smith says Scottie Pippen was more important to Michael Jordan's success on the Chicago Bulls than head coach Phil Jackson, shocking Jay Williams.
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Rachel Nichols, Jackie MacMullan and Scottie Pippen react to Ben Simmons calling the Philadelphia 76ers "soft" after a blowout loss vs. the Miami Heat, which furthered the Sixers' struggles on the road, showed that Joel Embiid might not be 100 percent, featured former Sixer Jimmy Butler, and might mean the team has to make a move before the 2020 NBA trade deadline.
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