Steve Kerr Wore Some Freakin’ Dope Scottie Pippen Socks Last Night To Honor The 1995-96 Bulls

by 3 years ago


The Golden State Warriors accomplished one of the most remarkable records in sports last night by finishing the regular season with 73 wins, which broke the former record of the 1995-96 Bulls by one game and putting the Dubs in the history books.

And, as most of us know, Golden State’s head coach, Steve Kerr, was a member of that Bulls team who held the mark for 20 years, meaning he had skin in the game both with his current and former team—and he wanted to honor those Bulls by wearing some incredible Scottie Pippen socks during last night’s contest.

This comes as a little bit of a surprise, in my opinion, since Pip was the same guy who, just weeks ago, proclaimed that those 72-win Bulls would “sweep the Warriors” had someone created a fucking time machine and sports fans could actually see the teams play. So Kerr’s socks are either an actual tribute to his former Chicago teammate, or a straight-up troll job—you be the judge.

I mean, Pippen in a Hall of Famer and all, but wouldn’t it have been a bit more appropriate for Kerr to wear Michael Jordan socks if he really wanted to honor his Bulls team from two decades ago? This feels like a bit of a burn from the Dubs’ head coach, just sayin’. #ConspiracyTheory

[H/T The Score]

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