Scottie and his teammates at The Under Armour All-Star Game, which kicked off on Saturday in Orlando, Florida, were among the first to step on the court, in a show of support for the team.
Scottie wore a green jersey, which he was voted in for the first time.
“I think it’s great,” Scottie said.
And they’re not afraid to do anything. “
The All-Stars are the most talented and talented people in the world.
And they’re not afraid to do anything.
They do everything they can to make it look like it’s not that important. “
It’s not just us.
They do everything they can to make it look like it’s not that important.
It’s the fans who make it so special.”
Scottie went on to give his best shot at a dunk in the dunk contest, but was unable to score.
Scott, who has missed most of the past two seasons with an ankle injury, said he doesn’t care what anyone thinks of his dunk, but he’s going to keep doing it because of how well he’s playing.
“Just having the fans and the people around me, I don’t even care,” Scott said.
The Under Armour game, which kicks off at 9 p.m.
ET (8 p.ms.
PT), features more than 20 teams and features celebrities from sports, entertainment and entertainment, including celebrities including Taylor Swift, Rihanna and LeBron James.
The Under is also the only All-star game to feature celebrities from all sports.
Scottie’s brother, Scott Pippens, is in Orlando with the team, and the two brothers spoke at the event about their brother’s impact on the team and the NBA.
“The last thing I want to do is look at Scottie as the superstar,” Scott Pepcic said.
Scott said he’s proud of his brother for his impact on his career and on the NBA, and that he hopes to see more celebrities like Scott in the future.