Scottie Pippen keeps trolling the New York Knicks on social media. The Chicago Bulls legend remembered the big dunk he made on Patrick Ewing in the 1994 NBA playoffs, celebrating 27 years of that huge dunk.
That play was controversial due to Pippen's attitude after posterizing Ewing and the Knicks star's reaction. Well, the forward didn't care about that and shared a pic of the dunk with a provoking caption.
"'Scuse me," Pippen wrote on Twitter.
He added another picture, showing more Knicks players reacting to his dunk, which didn't sit well with people. One NBA writer reminded Scottie of how that series ended for the Bulls, but that didn't help them so much.
In response, Pippen showed a picture of himself showing his six NBA rings.
It was a very savage reply from Scottie but that's how he is. The Knicks and Bulls created a big rivalry during those years and the hatred hasn't ended, apparently. Every time he has the chance, he teases the New Yorkers and there's nothing they can do about it.
This year, things are different. The Knicks were the 4th seed in the Eastern Conference, while the Bulls couldn't make it to the playoffs. Still, the duels they had and the wins the Bulls got over the Knicks won't be erased and neither will Scottie's rings. He's an all-time troll, and this is big proof of that.