close Video Fox News Flash top headlines for May 21 Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what’s clicking on Foxnews.com. Several former Chicago Bulls players believe Scottie Pippen got the short end of the straw during “The Last Dance” documentary and feel he should have been portrayed better. Craig Hodges, Bill Cartwright and Horace Grant discussed Pippen’s portrayal in discussion with BetOnline on Wednesday. All three former players felt Pippen should have been treated more fairly and that Chicago may not have had some of its great success without Pippen. SCOTTIE PIPPEN IS ‘BEYOND LIVID’ ABOUT HOW MICHAEL JORDAN PORTRAYED HIM IN ‘THE LAST DANCE’ The players mentioned Pippen electing not to rehab an injury until the start of the 1997-98 season and how Pippen sat for the final seconds of a 1994 playoff game against the New York, which the documentary revealed was addressed in the locker room after the game. Scottie Pippen won multiple titles with the Bulls. (JEFF HAYNES/AFP via Getty Images) “It was straight-up bulls—t. It was straight-up bulls—t how they portrayed Scottie,” Grant said. “First off, being the No. 2 on that team and how he came out in terms of against… Read full this story
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