I remember watching a game -- I think it was a late-season game, might have had implications for the Jordan-less Bulls... Bulls have the ball with a couple of seconds left and a bucket will win the game. Jackson draws up a play for Kukoc, Pippen refuses to enter the game. The team takes the floor without Pippen, and Kukoc hits the game-winning shot.
I remember that game as well. If I'm not mistaken, it was a game against the Pacers, and Reggie Miller had just hit what he thought was the game-winning shot with less than a second left. In typical Reggie fashion, he bowed flamboyantly to the Chicago crowd. Of course Kukoc wiped the smile off his face.
Not long after that, the Bulls were in Indiana and beat them on the their own court. After the buzzer sounded, Scottie went to the middle of the floor and bowed to Pacers crowd. (Probably should have been Toni doing that, huh?)