Jordan, Pippen: The NBA's greatest one-two duo

Evans, Howie
January 1996
New York Amsterdam News;1/20/96, Vol. 87 Issue 3, p44
Presents information on relationship of Michael Jordon and Scottie Pippens, two basketball players for the Chicago Bulls team, in relation to their sportsmanship in the game of basketball. Background information on both players; Comparison of these two players to other duos in the history of the game; Strategies they use to win games; Effect that they have on the team.


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