The NBA hall of famer is reportedly "wounded and disappointed" by the ESPN documentary on Michael Jordan and the 1997-98 Chicago Bulls team -- he's yet to do a follow-up interview. "But Pippen was never going to enjoy The Last Dance because it's the Scottie Pippen story as told by Michael Jordan," says Liam McKeone. "This is the case for everyone else, but it's easy to understand how it's harder to swallow for him. Pippen's entire career (and given the sheer power of Jordan's influence, probably most of his adult life) was overshadowed by playing next to the greatest player of all time. The documentary could have been an opportunity to shine light on just how important Pippen's skills were to the Bulls' dynasty, and it did, to an extent. People who didn't or couldn't watch those Bulls teams came away with an understanding that Jordan's path would have been significantly more difficult without Pippen by his side. But this was Jordan's story, and in Jordan's story, who stood in his way was more important than who stood by his side."