One of the most versatile and talented players, 6-7 Scottie Pippen orchestrated an offense like a point guard, rebounded like a power forward, scored like a shooting guard, and defended on the perimeter like few others. The seven-time All-Star was a vital component of the Chicago Bullsí six NBA Championships in the 1990s. He played 17 seasons missing the postseason only in his final campaign, which allowed him to rack up the second most playoff game appearances (208) behind only Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. But above and beyond, his all-around game was the prototype for the next generation of small forwards.
Full Name: Scottie Pippen Born: 9/25/65 in Hamburg, Ark. High School: Hamburg (Ark.) College: Central Arkanas Drafted by: Seattle SuperSonics, 1987 (fifth overall) Transactions: Draft rights traded to Chicago 6/22/87, Traded to Houston 1/22/99, Traded to Portland 10/2/99, Signed as a free agent by Chicago 7/20/03 Height: 6-7; Weight: 228
Honors: Six-time NBA champion (1991-93, 1996-98); Three-time All-NBA First Team (1994-96); All-NBA Second Team (1992, 1997); Eight-time All-Defensive First Team (1992-99); 1994 NBA All-Star MVP; Seven-time All-Star (1990, '92-97); One of 50 Greatest Players in NBA History (1996); Two-time Olympic gold medalist (1992, '96).