Shaq admits Scottie Pippen was ‘pretty good, but not good enough’

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While his basketball feud with Scottie Pippen last month seemed to get pretty personal, Shaq admits the Instagram war was all in good fun. Then, he fired off another jab at the former Bulls star.

You might recall the whole thing started over Shaq’s comment that the all-time Lakers team would drub the all-time Bulls team by 50 points. Scottie responded and the war was on.

We would beat em by fifty “what you think”. Let me know and don’t hold back A photo posted by DR. SHAQUILLE O’NEAL Ed.D. (@shaq) on Jul 19, 2015 at 5:29pm PDT

TMZ recently caught up with Shaq and asked him about Pippen. The four-time NBA champ laughed it off, but added: “Scottie’s pretty good, but not good enough.”

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