North Carolina native Jerald Jenkins, a former teammate of Michael Jordan’s and member of the UNC basketball team during Jordan’s Hall-of-Fame days at UNC, just had his opinion published in an article by The Undefeated. In the story, “Michael Jordan Was Just Bluntly Called the ‘Biggest Fraud in the History of Sports’ as Fellow Ex-Tar Heel Fires a Brutal Shot at MJ While Backing Scottie Pippen,” Jenkins states that he believes “Jordan is maybe the biggest fraud” and backs up this claim with detailed arguments about how big time college coaches would not recruit him to play for their teams because they feared losing players like him (meaning Black athletes).

Michael Jordan was just called the “biggest fraud in the history of sports” as fellow ex-Tar Heel fires a brutal shot at MJ while backing Scottie Pippen.

Michael Jordan has undoubtedly been the subject of some heated debates. For example, there’s a legend that he left the NBA to “play baseball,” after his gambling problems caused then-NBA Commissioner David Stern to boot him out. Allegedly. The GOAT’s sins have resurfaced now that Scottie Pippen’s Unguarded book (in which he constantly slams Jordan) has reached the shelves.

Rashad McCants, a fellow University of North Carolina basketball graduate, is the latest to add fuel to the fire, labeling MJ the “greatest phony in sports history” while supporting Pippen.

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Michael Jordan of the Chicago Bulls, longtime teammate of Scottie Pippen, grimaces during an All-Star game practice.

Michael Jordan of the Chicago Bulls, longtime teammate of Scottie Pippen, grimaces during an All-Star game practice. Before the NBA All-Star Game at Gund Arena in Cleveland, Ohio, Michael Jordan of the Chicago Bulls reacts.

Pip’s book does not present a flattering picture of his former comrade. More than occasions, he seems to have a problem with the documentary The Last Dance.

The documentary “glorified Michael Jordan while not offering nearly enough respect to myself and my proud teammates,” Pippen stated in The New York Times.

MJ received $10 million from the ESPN documentary, according to the Hall of Famer, “while my teammates and I didn’t make a dollar.”

It served as a stark reminder of His Airness’s treatment of his comrades. “I shuddered again, as I did before, seeing how horribly Michael treated his colleagues,” Pippen wrote.

Despite being a member of the same Tar Heel family, a fellow North Carolina Tar Heel — and a key player of a UNC national championship team, as Jordan was in 1982 — got a taste of how the Central Arkansas product felt and opted to join Jordan.

Michael Jordan was dubbed “the greatest fraud in all of sports” by Rashad McCants.

“Michael Jordan is the greatest sports con artist ever.” – Rashad McCants, former NBA player and North Carolina Tar Heel. McCants supports Scottie Pippen’s candidacy. twitter.com/Myn5Ywdu89

November 5, 2021 — Jason Whitlock (@WhitlockJason)

McCants was a key member of North Carolina’s National Championship squad in 2005. During his three seasons as the team’s greatest perimeter scorer, he averaged 17.6 points per game and shot 41.5 percent from three.

The Minnesota Timberwolves selected the 6-foot-4 two-guard with the 14th overall choice in the 2005 draft. Despite his isolation talents and perimeter scoring ability, the New Hampshire native was a letdown in the NBA, lasting just four seasons.

McCants recently appeared on Fearless with Jason Whitlock and aired his dissatisfaction with MJ:

“This dude is the greatest sports con artist ever.”

“So whatever Scottie is now presenting the world… Michael Jordan, are you serious? Michael Jordan, are you serious? You rescued yourself by throwing your comrades under the bus. That was the first warning sign. ‘Wow, truly this is all about you, the six championships, you accomplished it and we supported you?’ Scottie Pippen says as the rest of the story emerges. ‘We didn’t do it together?’

Michael Jordan, according to Rashad McCants

Jordan may be The GOAT, but he earned his six rings with the aid of a lot of other players.

“Unguarded,” Scottie Pippen’s new biography, is a master lesson in settling scores, in which he goes from adoring Michael Jordan for decades to accusing him of being greedy, hypocritical, and insensitive. Take a look at our Q&A with Pippen. https://t.co/PoZ9SCLYpk pic.twitter.com/ay5HDQ9lWW https://t.co/PoZ9SCLYpk https://t.co/PoZ9SCLYpk https://t.co/PoZ9

November 3, 2021 — The New York Times (@nytimes)

Scottie Pippen, like Dennis Rodman, is a member of the Basketball Hall of Fame. During the Chicago Bulls’ championship run, these two comprised the Big Three.

Jordan’s first three-peat is also incomplete without John Paxson’s game-winning three-pointer in Game 6 of the 1993 NBA Finals.

Outside of Jordan, Pippen was the most important Bull for all six of Chicago’s victories. Those unfamiliar with the dynasty’s relationship were taken aback when the lockdown perimeter defender noted in Unguarded, “Michael and I aren’t close and never have been.”

After seeing The Last Dance, Pip seemed to have snapped and chose to take out his frustrations on Jordan and the rest of the Bulls, including head coach Phil Jackson.

Despite being related to (but not in the same league as) North Carolina championship alums, McCants slammed the most renowned basketball player of all time, calling him the “greatest fake” to ever play the game.

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Dean Smith once explained how Michael Jordan defeated Georgetown in the 1982 National Championship game, and it had nothing to do with ‘The Shot.’

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