Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen (seriously) stake a Monday night dance-off

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Hall of Fame Chicago Bulls players Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen showed off their dance moves on Monday at Pippen's 47th birthday party.

Normally when people think of Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen on the same floor, the Chicago Bulls' glory days come to mind first and foremost. But on Monday night, for Pippen's 47th surprise birthday party, Jordan and his former running mate actually took part in what can only be described as a dance-off, according to the New York Post.

The two reportedly capped off the evening with a head-to-head battle on the dance floor to the Trey Songz and Fabolous song titled "Say Ahh," which is a pretty epic way to end a surprise party. Although there was no mention of who actually won, the thought of such a sight certainly is enough to make any basketball fan crack a smile.

Held at Chicago's popular Sunda club, the party's guest list included Bulls president Michael Reinsdorf and his wife Nancy, along with William "World Wide Wes" Wesley and television anchor Ahmad Rashad. In addition, league veteran Antoine Walker and recently-signed Bulls center Nazr Mohammed each also made an appearance.

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