Alonzo Mourning has no problems telling you what's on Scottie Pippen's mind.
As their report states, the 43-year-old spoke about "how important it was for Microsoft to stay a part of the community and translating that to the world of basketball."
That's all well and good, but I'm just concerned with the lack of Rony Seikaly at a Miami-area store opening.
The seven-time All-Star big man began fielding questions, which inevitably turned to LeBron James and Michael Jordan. That's when Mourning decided to do some much-needed gossiping about his latest chill session with Jordan's former teammate, Pippen.
Mourning, knowing his audience, brought the house down with the following: "I'm gonna tell you what Scottie said. Scottie said that LeBron would kick MJ's ass."
Mourning went ahead and agreed with Pippen's assessment, so we have to think there is a two-on-one game being planned by Jordan at the moment.
Of course, these are the kinds of sound bites that happen a few times a year and spark the usual Jordan vs. (insert latest superstar name) discussions. Phil Jackson provided his own debate ice breaker with recent statements in his new book about Kobe Bryant and Jordan.
Now, from the middle of a Microsoft store opening, comes yet another wave of the Greatest Of All Time against the world.
Sound off in the comments section below, because I am confident you have thoughts. I am still trying to figure out who would win between Zo and Larry Johnson. I have my money on Grandmama.
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