B.J. Armstrong, Michael Jordan and the breakfast that helped end MJ’s retirement | The Jump

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  • B.J. Armstrong speaks with Rachel Nichols on The Jump about Michael Jordan’s intensity in practice, which was displayed in “The Last Dance.” Armstrong discusses how (2:10) Scottie Pippen emerged as a superstar for the Chicago Bulls during the 1993-94 NBA season, as well as the ramifications of Pippen sitting out the final play of a playoff game vs. the New York Knicks. (3:04) Armstrong also tells the story of how a breakfast with Jordan in 1995, which helped lead MJ to end his first retirement.

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