One of the greatest defensive players in NBA history, Scottie Pippen is often overlooked because he was the sidekick to the greatest player in NBA history in Michael Jordan.
Yet, what made the Bulls so great was Pippen's ability to defend, pass, score, and drive the ball to the hoop.
Later on in his career, he bounced around a little bit, playing a season in Houston, four seasons in Portland, and one last hurrah in Chicago.
He's an example of a player who stayed a little bit too long in the league, which is why his numbers aren't as impressive as they seem to be.
For his career, he scored 18,940 points, to go along with 7,494 rebounds, 6,135 assists, and 2,307 steals.
Pippen averaged 16.1 points, 6.4 rebounds, 5.2 assists, 2 steals, on 47.3 percent shooting, 32.6 percent from three, and 70.4 percent from the free throw line.
The best season for Pippen came in 1993-1994 when he averaged 22 points, 8.7 rebounds, 5.6 assists, 2.9 steals, on 49.1 percent shooting, 32 percent from three, and 66 percent from the free throw line.
Pippen participated in seven all-star games, he was an eight time First Team All-Defense selection, three time First Team All-NBA selection, two time Second Team All-Defense selection, two time All-NBA Second Team selection, and a Third Team All-NBA selection.
With the Bulls, Pippen was on six championship teams, ranks sixth all-time in steals, 15th in steals per game, 21st in minutes played, and 26th in assists.