Michael Jordan meets Scottie Pippen at half court after Pippin's last-second shot did not go in and the Bulls lost to the Knicks for only 69 wins this season in April 1997. They walk off the court with their heads held high. | Jon Sall~Sun-Times
The Chicago Bulls have appointed Hall of Famer Scottie Pippen senior adviser to president and chief operating officer Michael Reinsdorf.
Pippen has been serving as a team ambassador. In a statement issued Wednesday, Reinsdorf says the new title will “better reflect his role with the Bulls.” He says Pippen has a “great rapport” with the players and that his “generous personality and sense of humor” allows him to “connect with our partners, fans and front office.”
Along with Michael Jordan, Pippen helped lead the Bulls to six NBA championships in the 1990s.