Former Chicago Bulls star Scottie Pippen is good at selling books. Pippen continued his tirade against Bulls legend Michael Jordan on Monday, questioning whether Jordan's flu game was that impressive.
Pippen was asked about playing through a back injury during the 1998 NBA Finals against the Utah Jazz. Pippen said he would not have played if the series went to a Game 7 due to a herniated disc. The Bulls won the series in six games, making that a non-issue.
The conversation then turned to Jordan's flu game. Pippen made a direct comparison between the two ailments, saying, "I don't see many bad back games, but I do see flu games.