El delantero y principal aliado de MJ en la dinastía de Chicago en la década de 1990 publicará su propia versión de los hechos en noviembre. Chicago Bulls legend Scottie Pippen recently published the synopsis of his explosive new autobiography, entitled "Unguarded." The book reviews his years in the NBA alongside what most people consider the greatest player of all time, Michael Jordan. Pippen's opinion, of course, is completely different from that recounted in the series 'The Last Dance'.

According to the advance of the Simon & Schuster publishing house, the second in command of those Bulls of the nineties "gives him chills" just by hearing the opinion of those who place him as a mere henchman of the league superstar.

"Pippen discusses what it was like to deal with Jordan on a day-to-day basis, while he served as a real leader in the Bulls locker room," advances the synopsis of the autobiography, co-written with Michael Arkush.

The book promises a stark, unvarnished take on the life of the 55-year-old forward, born in Arkansas as the youngest of twelve siblings, who shared all six of MJ's rings on the Bulls, and the presentation is certainly intended to spark interest and Tickles from both the biggest fans as well as Jordan's naysayers:

Simply put, without Pippen there would be no championship banners - let alone six of them - hanging from the United Center. There would be no documentary "The Last Dance." There would be no 'Michael Jordan' as we know him today. The Bulls of the nineties would not be known as they are now. "

Pippen's account coincides with the 30th anniversary of the first ring of the Bulls dynasty in 1991. The book will be published in the United States on November 16, 2021.