Report: Scottie Pippen to be inducted into Naismith Hall of Fame

SHARE Report: Scottie Pippen to be inducted into Naismith Hall of Fame

Former Bulls great Scottie Pippen will join his partner in excellence, Michael Jordan, in the Naismith Hall of Fame, according to a report from the Newark Star-Ledger.

Others to be enshrined include Karl Malone and Bob Hurley Sr., according to the report. An official announcement is expected Monday.

Pippen, the second-leading scorer in Bulls history, made seven All-Star appearances and was named to eight All-Defensive teams. He also ranks second in franchise history in steals and assists.

Pippen spent 12 of his 16 years in the NBA in Chicago, where he won six NBA championships.

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