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Topic - Scottie Pippen
Quinton Pippen scored a career-high 28 points, including five 3-pointers, to lead Chicago State to an 81-74 win over Missouri-Kansas City on Saturday.
If the number of an NBA player's birthday candles were proportionate to his point total, then Miami Heat star LeBron James would need help putting out the fire atop his red velvet cake.
Dennis Rodman is going back to North Korea, and plans to bring a team of former NBA players with him.
Dennis Rodman is going back to North Korea, and bringing a team of former NBA players with him.
Prosecutors won't file criminal charges against Scottie Pippen for fighting with an autograph seeker who authorities say was drunk and exaggerated his injuries including faking seizures after claiming the former Chicago Bulls star punched him in the face.
Scottie Pippen won't face criminal charges for a fight with a man who authorities say was drunk when he demanded an autograph and photo with the former Chicago Bulls star, then faked seizures after claiming Pippen punched him in the face.
Former Chicago Bulls star Scottie Pippen is being sued over a fight last month at an upscale Southern California restaurant that left an autograph-seeker hospitalized with a head injury.
Los Angeles County sheriff's officials say former Chicago Bulls star Scottie Pippen has shown up to a substation to be interviewed about a weekend fight outside a Malibu restaurant.
Former Chicago Bulls star Scottie Pippen was questioned Monday about his weekend fight with an autograph-seeker that left the man hospitalized with a head injury.
Five things to note from San Antonio's 92-88 win over Miami in Game 1 of the NBA Finals on Thursday night:
Saying he was sticking with a tried-and-true election-day routine, President Obama played a game of basketball Tuesday with a small cadre of friends and confidantes before awaiting election results in his hometown of Chicago.
History is rarely this neat.
Lakers star Kobe Bryant says he doesn't take charges, and he's got a reason for it.
On a baseball field, players back up teammates to limit the damage from errors. The Justice Department, embarrassed by an error that caused a mistrial of Roger Clemens last year, has added more prosecutors in hopes of containing any missteps as it seeks to convict the famed pitcher of lying to Congress when he said he never used performance-enhancing drugs.
It is arguably the NCAA tournament's most enduring image.
Pippen admitted spitting at Shafighi and pushing him away, but prosecutors said that based on witness accounts, it was unclear whether Pippen was the aggressor or acted in self-defense.
Pippen told investigators Shafighi became irate, "grabbing at him, cursing him and then spit in his face," according to a report by the district attorney's office.