Scotty Pippen jr. was born on November 10, 2000, in Portland, Orengo. He is a retired professional basketball player who played for the Chicago Bulls and Los Angeles Lakers during his career. He also served as an assistant coach with the Los Angeles Lakers when they won three straight NBA championships.
|Age||22 years as born on (November 10, 2000)|
|Height||1.85 meter, 6ft 1inch|
|Parents||Scottie Pippen, Larsa Pippen|
|Contract||Two-way contract with La Lakers|
|Drafts||2022 NBA drafts|
Early life and high school career
Scotty Pippen Jr., formerly known as Scotty Pippen IV, is the son of Basketball Hall of Fame legend Scottie Pippen and former model Marvita Price. Born on September 25th, 1997 in Chicago, Illinois, he attended high school at Whitney M. Young Magnet Academy in Chicago where he played basketball under head coach Larry Humes.
Scotty has been playing basketball since he was 8 years old and has been involved with many sports since then including football, track and field (he competed as a sprinter), soccer (he played goalie), and baseball (he pitched).
Scotty Pippen Jr. attended the University of Houston and played basketball there from 1980 to 1981. He earned All-Conference honors in 1981 when he averaged 20 points per game and led the team to its first-ever NCAA Tournament appearance. In 1982, Scotty was named to the All-American First Team after averaging 21 points per game while leading his team to another NCAA Sweet Sixteen appearance (the only one in school history).
In 1983, Scotty once again earned All-American Second Team honors as well as being named an Academic All-American for his high-grade point average of 3.9 (he also graduated with a degree in Industrial Technology).
Career statistics and personal life
- Career statistics and personal life
- Pippen has been a part of the Chicago Bulls, Houston Rockets, Portland Trail Blazers, and Phoenix Suns. He’s played in four All-Star Games—in 1995 with the Bulls as a rookie; in 1999 with Houston; in 2002 with Portland (he was injured); and in 2005 when he was traded to Phoenix for LaPhonso Ellis. In addition to his NBA titles (three), he was named one of the 50 Greatest Players in NBA History by Basketball Hall of Fame voters in 2008.
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