Scottie Pippen’s former home in Shady Lane is having an estate sale where can some classic Scottie gear and even a couple more personal items.
We get more from Trib Local:
When the Chicago Bulls moved into the United Center in 1994, star forward Scottie Pippen was also building a new home for himself — a 21-room mansion in Highland Park.
The Bulls have remained on West Madison Street, but Pippen sold his Shady Lane digs on the North Shore two years later — leaving behind artwork, furniture, clothes, dolls, jewelry, and plenty of sports memorabilia.
The esoteric collection goes on sale this weekend, with the public invited to the 10,000 square feet home at 2320 Shady Lane from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday, according to Sheryl Rue-Borden, who is handling the estate sale.
In the fully-finished basement, there are stacks of DVDs and black videotapes that were played on a home theater built into the wall in front of four black leather chairs. Nearby, sits a white Yamaha player piano and boxes of kids’ toys, including dozens of stuffed animals and three plastic tubs of Beanie Babies.
Upstairs, off the master bedroom, Barbie dolls still in their boxes and two 3-foot-tall dolls dressed in Victoria garb are among the many collectible dolls that will be sold this weekend.
Pippen’s former belongings are also sprinkled throughout the estate, according to Rue-Borden. They include dozens of pieces of modern art. He also left Bulls T-shirts, some of which are framed and autographed.
Obviously, those were probably his daughters beanie babies but for the Bulls fan that has everything. You might as well, grab that Princess the Bear before somebody else does.