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Scottie Pippen's son commits to play college basketball at Vanderbilt

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Scottie Pippen's son commits to play college basketball at Vanderbilt

Scotty Pippen Jr. is headed to Tennessee.

Pippen Jr., the son of Bulls legend Scottie Pippen, committed to play college basketball at Vanderbilt on Friday night. 

A 6-foot-1 guard, Pippen Jr. is a class of 2019 recruit from California. He is a four-star recruit, according to ESPN; 247 Sports lists him as a three-star recruit.

Pippen Jr. committed to Vanderbilt over San Francisco, UC Davis, UC Santa Barbara, Colorado State and Washington State.

Scottie congratulated his son on Twitter shortly after the announcement was made.

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Bulls Talk Podcast: 90s Throwback-Being drafted by the Bulls with Stacey King

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Bulls Talk Podcast: 90s Throwback-Being drafted by the Bulls with Stacey King

Host Jason Goff is joined by Bulls commentator Stacey King to discuss his time with the Bulls during the best decade in franchise history, the 90s. Stacey tells a detailed story of his first interactions with the Bulls, Phil Jackson, and Michael Jordan.

(1:22) - Being drafted by the Bulls

(4:10) - Doug Collins started the Bulls championship run

(8:20) - "After I was introduced as a Bull, Doug Collins was fired"

(9:15) - Almost getting into a fight with Phil Jackson

(16:57) - Animosity with Phil Jackson early in his career

(17:46) - 1st NBA game with Michael Jordan

Listen to the full podcast here or via the embedded player below: