Scottie Pippen, Horace Grant, and Luc Longley to Embark on Tour Addressing 'The Last Dance'

Pippen and Grant have been vocal about their portrayal in the popular ESPN docuseries.

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Scottie Pippen and his former Chicago Bulls teammates Horace Grant and Luc Longley have announced that they'll be embarking on a tour to discuss their side of The Last Dance documentary and the man behind it, Michael Jordan.

In a promotional clip shared on social media, the three former teammates appeared to be at an event where they address the upcoming tour, with Grant giving a quick synopsis of what people can expect. Grant says they won't be holding back.

"Well, as you know me, I speak my mind, and it's going to be a 'No Bullshit' tour. Believe me, I tell you this," Grant said. "The X factor in the first three and the second three, I would have kicked Dennis Rodman's ass. Come out, get the tickets, and you'll hear a lot."

''This is going to be a no bull***t tour'' 👀

You won't want to miss this... 13 rings, 1 stage and absolutely NO BULL 🐂

It all starts this weekend, get your tickets now -

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The tour is set to begin on Feb. 23 in Tasmania and will be making stops in Melbourne and Sydney.

The Last Dance was released in April 2020, and it was an immediate hit, giving audiences an inside look at the Bulls championship teams through the lens of the its frontman, Michael Jordan. MJ's teammates appeared in the doc and shared their stories, but some weren't happy with the final product fans saw on ESPN.

Grant was quick to call Jordan a liar for claiming he leaked information in Sam Smith's The Jordan Rules, while Pippen went on to say how upset he was at his portrayal, and even released a memoir titled Unguarded where he shared stories about dealing with MJ

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