Scottie Pippen plays poker. He has frequently participated in high-stakes games. He participated with teammates Jordan and Ron Harper, when the Bulls were on the road.
On March 13, 2007, Pippen was stopped by Arkansas State Police on Interstate 430. While ticketing Pippen for speeding, the trooper detected the smell of marijuana. Pippen said the marijuana was not his. His brother, in the car with him, took the blame and went to jail.
Many restaurant workers have Scottie Pippen the nickname "No Tippin' Pippen". This is because he doesn't give tips.
Scottie Pippen has currently received $289,000 in farm subsidies.
Scottie Pippen wanted to wear a pair of shoes in the regular season but the Bulls didn't let him. He wore them in the All-Star Games though.
On July 25, 1988, Scottie Pippen went through a successful operation to remove a herniated disk. It was in his lower back.
The Chicago Bulls retired Pippen's jersey number, 33, on December 9, 2005 in a ceremony.
In high school Pippen played as his team's starting point guard, but he got little attention.
As a student, Scottie Pippen's favorite subject was math.
On October 11, 2007, Scottie Pippen sought $20 million from his financial adviser. He put Pippen into bad investments.
Scottie and Larsa Pippen currently live in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
During the 1998-1999 campaign, Scottie made an almost-impossible hook shot from halfcourt, against the Dallas Mavericks.
Scottie Pippen was the youngest of 12 children.
Scottie is married to Larsa Pippen.
Scottie Pippen enjoys playing golf.
Scottie Pippen has 2 sons; Scottie Jr. and Preston.
Scottie was a go-to man for Michael Jordan. Michael Jordan looked up to him for help.
Career highs of 47 points, 18 rebounds, 15 assists, 9 steals and 5 blocked shots.
Ranked atop the all-time All-Star Game leader board in 3FGA with 22 (second), 3FG made with 7 (tied for 4th) and steals with 17 (eighth).
Has recorded 20 career triple-doubles, including four in the playoffs.
Scottie Pippen is a two-time Olympic gold medal winner. He played along with Michael Jordan in both Olympic games.
Scottie Pippen made the All-NBA seven years in a row. From 1992 to 1998.
Scottie Pippen is a Seven-time NBA All Star-(1990, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996 and 1997)
Member of the NBA All-Defensive Team from 1991-2000 (First Team member seven times).
He holds the career playoff record for most three-point field goals attempted (660).
Owner of two NBA Finals records: most three-point field goals attempted in a career (117), most three-point field goals made in one game (7, tied with Kenny Smith).
Second in NBA history with 208 playoff appearances (Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, 237).
Participated in postseason play in 16 of his 17 NBA seasons, making the playoffs in each of his first 16 seasons.
Scottie Pippen ranked third in Bulls history. He had 5,726 rebounds and 774 blocked shots.
Scottie's career high in a game is 47 points.
Scottie has won six championships.
Scottie Pippen is 6'8" tall.
Scottie played 4 years with the Portland Trailblazers.
Scottie played 1 year with the Houston Rockets.
Scottie played 12 years with the Bulls.
Scottie Pippen: Playing the minutes I'm playing [without scoring], makes the game not any fun anymore.
Scottie Pippen: I wouldn't want to face The Bulls in the playoffs. They could be trouble.
Scottie Pippen: I probably should've listened to Michael [Jordan] a year ago when he said that Charles will never win a championship because he doesn't show any dedication.
Scottie Pippen: I've always led by example and I'm not that vocal.
Scottie Pippen: I visualize the game. I think about who I am guarding, the things he likes to do.
Scottie Pippen: Davis will give us some toughness inside and Williams has a lot of energy and enthusiasm. We got veteran guys who know how to play the game. I think it should make us better.