White jersey with red piping and lettering. The word "BULLS" appears across the front, along with the number "33."; A "NBA Finals" patch is located near the right shoulder strap, while a patch of the NBA Logo is near the left shoulder strap.
Chicago Bulls uniform worn by Scottie Pippen during the 1998 championship series.
This jersey was worn by Scottie Pippen during the 1998 championship series. He was on all 6 of the Bulls teams to win championships. He left the team to play for the Houston rockets in the 1998/1999 season and returned to the Bulls line-up in the 2003-2004 season. Pippen, a fifth-round draft pick from the University of Central Arkansas, arrived in Chicago in 1987. Over the next several years, along with Michael Jordan, Pippen established the once-struggling franchise as the team to beat in the NBA. Almost always overshadowed by Jordan's superstardom, Pippen slowly built a reputation as a gritty player who was an essential part of the Bulls domination. His retirement led to the permanent retirement for the #33 jersey for the Chicago Bulls.