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As ugly as Scottie Pippen's divorce filing has been looking thus far, there seems to be some hope for the NBA Hall of Famer and his wife, Larsa, to save their marriage.

Despite the kinds of scathing reports that have surfaced since the six-time NBA champion first filed for divorce last week. The New York Post's Page Six reported Tuesday that the couple is likely to reconcile.

A rep for Larsa told the newspaper that the couple's split has more to do with Scottie's desire to take an ESPN job and move to Chicago than it does about her rumored relationship with Future. In addition, Larsa's rep thinks the couple will reconcile.

“I’m fairly certain they’re going to make up," the rep said. "He’s sending her messages. They’re communicating. I don’t think they’re going to pull the trigger. He was saying, ‘I miss you. Let’s talk.’ She’s feeling the same way. When it rains, it pours, but Scottie’s at a different place. She’s at a different place, and they’re just figuring it out.”

This possible reconciliation story comes a day after it was reported that Pippen wanted to amend his prenup so that Larsa wouldn't be able to touch any of his $50 million fortune.

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