Scottie Pippen: Biography, Age, Records, Height, Achievements, Family and career Statistics 

We’ll talk about Scottie Pippen’s life and achievements in this article along with Career statistics and some interesting personal life information

Scotty Scottie Pippen, also known as Maurice Pippen Sr., is a former American professional basketball player. He was born on September 25, 1965. In his 17 seasons of National Basketball Association (NBA) play, he helped the Chicago Bulls win six NBA titles. In the 1990s, Pippen—who is regarded as one of the best small forwards of all time—helped the Bulls become a championship squad and spread the NBA across the globe alongside Michael Jordan.

Eight times in a row, Pippen was selected for the NBA All-Defensive First Team, and three times for the All-NBA First Team. He played in the NBA All-Star Game seven times and won the MVP award in 1994. He was one of the four players whose Chicago Bulls jersey was retired (the others being Jerry Sloan, Bob Love, and Jordan) who was designated one of the 50 Greatest Players in NBA History during the 1996–97 season.

The NBA statistics of Scottie Pippen are as follows, 


Points 18,940 (16.1 ppg)
Rebounds 7,494 (6.4 rpg)
Blocks 6,135 (5.2 apg)

We’ll talk about Scottie Pippen’s life and achievements in this article along with Career statistics and some interesting personal life information that you should know about, 

Scottie Pippen Biography 

Real Name : Scotty Maurice Pippen Sr.

Nickname : Scottie Pippen

Profession : American Professional Basketball Player 

Nationality : American

Gender : Male 

Net Worth : $20 million

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Scottie Pippen  Physical Status 

Height : 2.03 m

Weight : 103 kg

Body Measurements : Not Available 

Build : Masculine 

Eye color : Dark Brown 

Hair color : Black

Scottie Pippen Personal Life : 

Date of Birth : September 25, 1965

Place of Birth : Hamburg, Arkansas

School : Hamburg High School

College : University of Central Arkansas

Highest Educational Qualifications : Not Known

Zodiac Sign : Libra

Sexual Orientation : Straight 

Hobbies : Reading  

Scottie Pippen Family Life : 

Mother’s Name : Ethel Pippen

Father’s Name : Preston Pippen

Marital Status : Married

Spouse Name : Larsa Pippen, Karen McCollum

Children’s Name : Antron, Sierra, Taylor, and Tyler

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 Scottie Pippen Achievements 

  1.  He is a seven-time NBA All-Star and received the MVP award at the 1994 NBA All-Star Game.
  2. The only NBA player, Pippen, won the league championship and the gold medal in the Olympics in the same year twice, in 1992 and 1996.
  3. In 2010, he received both individual and ‘Dream Team’ inductions into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.
  4. When Pippen represented Team USA at the Atlanta Olympics in 1994–1955, he made history by becoming the first person to twice win the NBA championship and the Olympic gold medal.
  5. Pippen is one of only three NBA players to have 200 steals and 100 blocks in a season, joining Jordan and Olajuwon as the other two.

Here are some lesser known facts about Scottie Pippen

  1. Don Dyer, the University of Central Arkansas’ head basketball coach, recruited Pippen as a walk-on, and he started his playing career there.
  2. Pippen was only the second player to ever lead his club in points, rebounds, and assists in the 93-95 season.
  3. Despite being second on the Bulls in minutes played, first on the Bulls in steals and assists, and 122nd in the NBA in terms of pay, Pippen
  4. For seven years, Pippen was unquestionably underpaid for a variety of reasons. The pay cap was substantially lower in 1991 and only increased over time, in addition to management’s inability to renegotiate.
  5. Living in Jordan’s light wrongfully defines Pippen’s profession.  When the Bulls played the Knicks in the semi-finals and were down 2-0 in the series, Pippen, who had an MVP-caliber season during the 1993–1994 season, was incensed to learn that Phil Jackson had planned the decisive play for Toni Kukoc.

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