Scotty Pippen's career is almost mythical. As a walk-on at a little known school in Arkansas, he spent his college years off the radar. His impressive numbers, however, eventually snagged the attention of NBA scouts, leading to the start of a legendary career. Although Pippen spent time with the Rockets and Trail Blazers, his name is forever tied to the Chicago Bulls, whom he helped guide to six NBA Championships. His accolades also include serving as an NBA All-Star seven times, attaining the MVP Award for the 1994 All-Star game, being named to the NBA's 50th Anniversary All-Time team, and earning two Olympic Gold Medals-including one with the fabled Dream Team in 1992. As a testament to his legacy, his jersey number, 33, is one of the few the Chicago Bulls have retired. There's no shortage of reasons to pay homage to Pippen.