“I can’t think of a better person to do it,” said Pippen of Jordan presenting him at the Hall of Fame. “Michael is someone I shared my career with, accomplishing most of what I have accomplished thus far. He was a great teammate, teacher and admirer.”
Scottie Pippen and Michael Jordan were side-by-side for countless memories during the Chicago Bulls’ dynasty of the 1990s, winning six world championships in eight seasons.
This Friday in Springfield, Mass., they will come together once again to share what will certainly be a bright spotlight.
Pippen has chosen Jordan to present him during his induction into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.