Turns Out Scottie Pippen, Horace Grant & Luc Longley’s ‘No Bull’ Tour Wasn’t A ‘Last Dance’ Venting Session


After the airing of Netflix and ESPN’s hit documentary, ‘The Last Dance’, a 10-part documentary about Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls, was incredibly successful and talk of the town last year, Scottie Pippen was reported as ‘beyond livid’ with his portrayal. Later reports even revealed that Pippen hasn’t talked to Michael Jordan ever since the start of the documentary.

But Pippen wasn’t by far the only one to take issue with the documentary. While many critics believe that the series took too many details from Michael Jordan’s perspective and less of his teammates, Horace Grant, the starting power forward for the Bulls during their first three-peat, emerged as one of the main critics of the documentary, calling it and mostly Pippen’s portrayal ‘bullsh*t’.

It was reported that the displeasure of some former Bulls had led to what basically was seen as a ‘I hate Michael Jordan and the Last Dance Tour’ in Australia.

But it turns out that the ‘No Bull’ tour of Scottie Pippen, Horace Grant and Luc Longley wasn’t a hit job on Jordan nor the documentary at all. Instead of trashing Jordan, or venting about The Last Dance, the three just talked about their careers and had a great time.


“If you were hoping the No Bull Tour would be Scottie, Horace & Luc airing their grievances, you’d be disappointed. It wasn’t a venting session. They didn’t trash Michael or The Last Dance. It was three mates having a laugh, talking their careers and bond. It was great to see. Good marketing by them to make it seem that it was going to be a dramatic thing. It wasn’t. I’m not even sure The Last Dance was mentioned. Still, it was great to see three legends shooting the shit, telling stories from yesteryear.”


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