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Scottie Pippen 'beyond livid' at Michael Jordan for portrayal in 'The Last Dance,' report says

CBS Sports Thursday, 21 May 2020
Scottie Pippen isn't the first Bull to be unsatisfied with his portrayal in the documentary
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