Originally Posted by iamgine
Was Pippen considered better than Clyde Drexler during those days?
Pippen and Clyde's primes didn't occur at the same time. Clyde in the early 90's was definitely viewed as better( remember he was MVP runner-up in 1992) but from 93 onwards I'd say no. The question is, is Pippen's best(94) better than Clyde's?(92). As an overall force, I'd say yes but Clyde was obviously a more dynamic offensive talent. Pippen had several years of 20+ points a game but the strength of his game was basically filling in the gaps of whatever the Bulls needed, and he succeeded in most/all aspects.