For the second time in a week, NBA Hall of Famer Scottie Pippen did not go easy on fellow Bulls legend Michael Jordan.
Speaking with Frank Isola on SiriusXM's NBA Radio after playing through a back injury in the 1998 NBA Finals, Pippen asked a rhetorical question comparing his performance to Jordan's legendary "Flu Game" from 1997.
"I'm gonna ask you this: Is it easier to play with a herniated disc or to play with the flu?" Pippen asked.
"They always say the worst injury to have is a bad back," Isola said.
Pippen replied, "Well, I don't see many 'bad back games,' but I do see 'flu games'.