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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Sun Staff Writer | March 15, 1995
LANDOVER -- It was about 90 minutes before tip-off and in front of one of the stalls in the Chicago Bulls' locker room was a brand-new pair of Air Jordans, just like Mike liked them.No, Michael Jordan did not come back from 18 months of retirement to play against the Washington Bullets last night. But the guy who would put on those shoes, Scottie Pippen, wore them admirably.Pippen put on an Air-like show with 30 points, 10 rebounds and six assists as the Bulls ran away from the Bullets, 106-93, before a sellout crowd of 18,756 at USAir Arena.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,fred.rasmussen@baltsun.com | August 23, 2009
Nickolas Benjamin Pippen, a chemical engineer and volunteer, died Aug. 13 of complications from a bone marrow transplant at Johns Hopkins Hospital. The Joppatowne resident was 26. Mr. Pippen was born in Baltimore and raised in Joppatowne. He was a 2000 graduate of Joppatowne High School, where he played first base on the school's varsity baseball team and was a member of its golf team. He earned a degree in chemical engineering in 2005 from the A. James Clark School of Engineering at the University of Maryland, College Park.
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By Joe Knowles and Joe Knowles,Special to The Sun | February 16, 1995
CHICAGO -- The Bulls have been the NBA's chameleon team this season -- playing down to the doormats, but rising to the occasion against the powerhouses.Not last night.Scottie Pippen turned in a solid performance -- 24 points, eight rebounds and six steals -- and the Bulls routed the Bullets, 107-92.It was just like old times for the Bullets here last night. Forget the two previous meetings this season, when they humbled the once-mighty three-time champions. This game was all too reminiscent of the not-too-distant past when the Bulls owned the Bullets.
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March 6, 2009
Vaughan Pippen Simmons, Services are private and interment at Forest Home Cemetery, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Sun Staff Writer | February 14, 1994
MINNEAPOLIS -- For Chicago Bulls forward Scottie Pippen, what better place was there to make a statement -- both fashionably, and professionally -- than the 44th annual NBA All-Star Game?Sporting a pair of bright red sneakers, Pippen took his game to yet another level last night with a 29-point, 11-rebound performance that earned him MVP honors as the Eastern Conference All-Stars defeated the Western stars, 127-118, before a sellout crowd of 17,096 at the Target Center.In a game that visibly marked a league in transition, with 11 players making their first All-Star appearance, it was a familiar group of veterans that had the biggest impact in the East ending a two-game All-Star losing streak.
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By Jacques Kelly and Jacques Kelly,SUN STAFF | November 25, 1999
Roy DeForges Pippen Jr., a retired vice president of the old First National Bank, died Sunday of complications from a fall and polycythemia, a blood disease, at the Maryland Shock Trauma Center. He was 70 and a lifelong resident of Linthicum Heights.He retired five years ago as a vice president for trust investments from the bank, now called AllFirst.Born in Baltimore and raised in Linthicum Heights on South Hammonds Ferry Road, he was a 1948 graduate of St. Paul's School.He received his bachelor's degree in economics from Washington College in 1957.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,SUN STAFF | December 27, 1996
When Detroit Pistons forward Grant Hill came into the league, he was labeled the next Michael Jordan. Which is unfair to Hill. But the third-year point forward could someday be another Scottie Pippen, who has been the most versatile forward in basketball for years.Both are small forwards who are capable of performing like point guards. The two faced each other on Christmas night, where their similarities were evident: each scored 27 points and grabbed eight rebounds."When I look at him, I see a lot of myself," said Pippen, whose Chicago Bulls won the game, 95-83.
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By Mark Whicker and Mark Whicker,Orange County Register | July 28, 1992
BARCELONA, Spain -- It was cruel. But it's no longer unusual.The U.S. basketball team, searching for something else to destroy, found a convenient, innocent target. Croatia's Toni Kukoc, pale eyes staring out of an eggshell of a face, saw the world's best basketball players conducting his own Judgment Day.Kukoc, known as Europe's best player and something of a Slavic Magic, was just another smoke-belching Yugo. He got four points and never was permitted to shoot the ball from a stationary position as the United States welcomed the infant nation into the battered basketball world, 103-70.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,SUN STAFF | January 18, 1998
Since Scottie Pippen returned to the Chicago lineup a week ago yesterday, the Bulls have not exactly set the league on fire.Sure, the Bulls were impressive in a 10-point win Tuesday over the best team in basketball, the Seattle SuperSonics. But the night Pippen returned, the Bulls barely beat the Golden State Warriors, 87-82. And on Thursday, Chicago lost to the struggling Philadelphia 76ers, 106-96.There is no cause for concern. The Bulls are allowing time to fit Pippen, who had surgery on his foot before the season, back in the lineup.
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By CHICAGO TRIBUNE | October 2, 1999
It appears Scottie Pippen's strange odyssey will continue.The former Chicago Bulls star who was transformed into a Houston Rockets malcontent last season is expected to be traded to the Portland Trail Blazers today for six reserves.Pippen would join the team that many project as the favorite for the NBA title because of the off-season additions of Atlanta Hawks guard Steve Smith and Seattle SuperSonics forward Detlef Schrempf.The Rockets are to receive Kelvin Cato, Stacey Augmon, Walt Williams (Maryland)
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February 22, 2009
Bulls@Pacers Noon [WGN] Michael Jordan (left) and Scottie Pippen face off against Reggie Miller and Rik Smits as Chicago takes on Indiana in a possible Eastern Conference finals preview - if this were 1997-98. Instead, watch the bottom two teams in the Central Division fight over draft lottery position. Almost as good, right?
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By JOHN-JOHN WILLIAMS IV and JOHN-JOHN WILLIAMS IV,SUN REPORTER | August 9, 2006
A six-member jury is expected to determine this week the amount of money that the Howard County school system must pay a developer to use his land for an Ellicott City elementary school. Monday's opening of the trial, including a tour of the site by the jury, was the latest step in a drawn-out dispute between the school system and J. Chris Pippen, who owns 1.3 acres on Montgomery Road across from Long Gate shopping center. The school system wanted to purchase the land from Pippen to provide an access road to the school, which is scheduled to open in August 2007.
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By ALIA MALIK and ALIA MALIK,SUN REPORTER | July 5, 2006
Stephanie Pippen was running out of hope. Her son, Max, who suffers from epilepsy and a rare genetic condition that weakens his muscles, was 3 years old and could barely walk. He was seeing a physical therapist, but it wasn't helping. Pippen read about Maryland Therapeutic Riding, a Crownsville organization that offers physical and mental therapy through riding and interacting with horses, and figured she'd try it with Max. After two hours on horseback, Max was running across uneven surfaces.
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By HANAH CHO | September 25, 2005
After a last-ditch effort to acquire a small piece of land vital to construction of an elementary school in Ellicott City, the Howard County Board of Education will move forward with condemnation proceedings. The school board last week unanimously approved a resolution that would give Superintendent Sydney L. Cousin authority to pursue this process in court. The proceedings could take more than a year. The school system tried in the past two weeks to reach an agreement with J. Chris Pippen, the developer who owns the 1.3 acres on Montgomery Road.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | October 6, 2004
The last time the Centennial girls soccer team found itself with a deficit, the Eagles ended up with a costly loss to River Hill. Brittany Pippen made sure that didn't happen against Glenelg. The sophomore midfielder scored a goal with five minutes left in the second half as host and No. 7 Centennial earned a 1-1, double-overtime tie against the No. 6 Gladiators in Ellicott City yesterday. Pippen, who saw significant playing time because of injuries to four starters, took advantage of her opportunity.
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By Larry Carson and Larry Carson,SUN STAFF | August 19, 2003
As they prepare for public hearings next month on Howard County's once-a-decade comprehensive rezoning, four County Council members released lists of their political campaign contributors, some of whom have rezoning requests pending. The council members released their fund-raising lists after requests by The Sun. All the members defended their right to raise money for future political campaigns even as they ponder the future of sometimes-sensitive parcels of county land, raising an ethical question for some.
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By Jerry Bembry | June 28, 1994
Can you imagine Scottie Pippen, the Chicago Bulls' All-Star forward and a three-time NBA champion, in a Washington Bullets uniform?According to a report in the Chicago Tribune, the Bullets are one of several new teams being mentioned for Pippen. The paper reported yesterday that the Bulls are shopping Pippen, who was criticized last month when he chose not to re-enter a playoff game against the New York Knicks after a play wasn't called for him.The scenario that would bring Pippen to the Bullets, the Tribune said, is Washington's No. 5 pick and forward Don MacLean, the league's Most Improved Player last season.
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By Harvey Araton and Harvey Araton,New York Times | April 26, 1993
NEW YORK -- First, Scottie Pippen tried to get off a good shot against Charles Smith, and he simply could not. Then he tried against Anthony Mason, and then against Smith again, and when the game that wasn't supposed to matter was over, Pippen had missed 14 of 16 hopeful flings at the rim and scored four points, and two of those were on a breakaway dunk.That made Pippen 1-for-15 with two meager assists against live defenders, none of whom happened to be named Xavier McDaniel.It had been posited earlier in the season that McDaniel was the X factor for the New York Knicks in last season's NBA playoffs against Chicago, and who would knock Pippen off his loping stride this time around?
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By MILTON KENT and MILTON KENT,SUN STAFF | December 11, 2002
WASHINGTON -- Their constant scrapes with the law and general loutish behavior notwithstanding, the Portland Trail Blazers have been one of the NBA's biggest enigmas in recent seasons, with talent seemingly to burn, but nothing to show for it. There was nothing mysterious in the 98-79 whipping the Trail Blazers administered to the Washington Wizards last night, as Portland was dominant in nearly every facet of the game. t runM-W ning, they were able to get loose in the interior, rolling up an imM-W pressive 34-10 advantage on points scored in the paint for 3-point goals: 4-16, .250 (Stoudamire 2-6, Anderson 2-7, WalM-W lace 0-1, Wells 0-1, Patterson 0-1)
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By Jamie Smith Hopkins and Jamie Smith Hopkins,SUN STAFF | September 25, 2002
A controversial plan to store 50,000 gallons of propane near two western Howard County schools was shot down last night by the local Board of Appeals, marking what could be the end of a four-year-long fight. Parents were visibly relieved at the ruling. It was a rare example of a development proposal prompting a change in county law and then being blocked by those new regulations. Projects are judged by the law in place when they are submitted. But after a setback in court, developer J. Chris Pippen amended his propane proposal - months after the new regulations were approved.
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