Although most NBA fans welcomed the documentary “The Last Dance” with great pleasure, many of the former players involved in the story being told did not share the same enthusiasm. While the allegations of lies by former rivals of the Chicago Bulls legend may seem obvious, Scottie Pippen’s statements strongly question the truth he said. MG.
Indeed, historian No. 33 of The Bulls has publicly criticized the Netflix production since its release, putting the discussion above all else on the label “companion” (“helper”) used multiple times throughout the documentary. And maybe that’s why too Today, Pepin announced the release of “Unguarded.”, a book written by sports journalist Michael Arkoch about the Bulls dynasty.
Are you ready to hear both sides of the story? rising. You’ll read my excerpts from playing with MJ and Rodman and coaching Phil Jackson. From small town in Arkansas to big time in the NBA. For sale 11.16.21. Pre-order now. # my eyes https://t.co/ibJumtCfYy
– Scottie Pippen June 9, 2021
The play, which launches November 16 in the US, will tell the “version of the story” for Pepin, and also hint at the player’s childhood in Arkansas and his collective career.
Tensions aside, releasing a book like this will only serve to shed light on intriguing stories about one of the most unbeatable teams in sports history.
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