Scottie Pippen Had A Yard Sale On Saturday And Here Are The Pictures

Scottie Pippen yard sale line

We all are well aware of Scottie Pippen’s money troubles, so we won’t use this time to discuss where the h*ll all his money went. But we will use this time to discuss the huge mega-yard sale that Pippen had just this weekend to help with his money woes.

So just how huge was this huge-mega yard sale? Just huge enough for people to line up at 6:30 a.m. and wait for two hours just for the chance to get their hands on some merchandise that Scottie Pippen had no business buying.

Sale items ranged from a $1 for a Beanie Baby to about $4,000 for a modern art painting. On Saturday, shoppers began lining up at the door at about 6:30 a.m. for the sale that didn’t start at 9 a.m. [……] Even at about 4 p.m. an hour before close, about 100 people lined the driveway, half way to the curb. Most had spent about two hours waiting but still hadn’t been able to enter the home. Despite the steady stream of shoppers all day, a number of clocks, crystal, Lladro figurines, clothes and paintings were still available, but the Pippen memorabilia sold out in the first hour. The sale continued from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday.

The obligatory basketball court in the house

Scottie Pippen yard sale

A closet full of coats for those that wanted to stay warm the way Pippen does

Scottie Pippen yard sale

Figurines that no one wanted

Scottie Pippen yard sale

And of course, Bulls memorabilia

Scottie Pippen yard sale

All in all, looks like a good time was had by all. And hopefully the man made a little change.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Actually, Scottie Pippen hadn't lived in that house in 15 years… none of that stuff was his nor did he make any money on the sale.

  2. Mizzshizz says:

    That comment must have been written by his in denial 2nd wife. Its a known fact that Scottie bears the burden of supporting her brother and lifestyle. Karma is amazing.

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