Category: Scottie Pippen

Craig Robinson Coaches Barack Obama To Hoops Victory Before The Election Victory

Thursday, November 8th, 2012

Long before Barack Obama was reelected President of the United States, he was busy winning on the hardwood. His brother-in-law, Oregon State basketball coach Craig Robinson, says he was the makeshift coach for Obama's pick-up team during a game earlier on Tuesday, a game won by a team that included ...

Phil Jackson Congratulates Scottie Pippen On His Hall of Fame Induction

Thursday, September 23rd, 2010

The end of his legendary career perhaps didn't go as planned, and we've read plenty about his failed business ventures since he retired, but Scottie Pippen has been remembered fondly recently thanks to his induction in to the Professional Basketball Hall of Fame. Could he have done it without Michael ...

Charles Oakley on His Friend LeBron: “I Can’t Tell Him to go to New York. New York Treated Me Bad.”

Friday, June 4th, 2010

Charles Oakley apparently had his arm broken by Aria Hotel and Casino security in Las Vegas - not too long before he talked to Sid Rosenberg in on WQAM in Miami. The incident was never mentioned - and it didn't really matter. The former Chicago and New York tough guy ...

Scottie Pippen “Tried to Change the Game”

Tuesday, April 6th, 2010

Scottie Pippen will always spark debate. Without him, Michael Jordan was the best player on the planet with no rings. With the Central Arkansas product, Michael Jordan was the best player on the planet with six rings. Did Pippen make that much difference? Was it Phil Jackson? Did Jordan's game ...

Doug Collins: Scottie Pippen And Tex Winter Should Be In The Hall

Wednesday, September 9th, 2009

I didn't think I'd ever say this, and I won't say it again for at least a year, but I miss Doug Collins.  Last year at this time, the NBA guru was calling Olympic games, but with no world competition going on this annum, I'm waiting for Collins, the TNT ...

Scottie Pippen Talks History – Kobe, MJ, Phil Jackson

Tuesday, June 23rd, 2009

Let the debate continue - Kobe or MJ? There's not too much debate about who the greatest coach in NBA history is. Phil Jackson gets the nod from most folks, though I'm sure some people in Boston might have a thing or two to say about that. With the 2008-2009 ...