Michael Jordan gave NBA legend luxurious Ferrari 550 Maranello
Pippen has been called Jordan's greatest teammate by the man himself and the pair dominated in the 90s.
Former Chicago Bulls superstar Jordan is one of the richest men in sport and boasts an incredible car collection.
He had no issue with flaunting his wealth during an incredibly successful career, which caught one teammate's eye.
Scottie Pippen has been called Jordan's greatest teammate by the man himself and the pair dominated in the 90s.
They won six NBA championships together with the Bulls and in 1997, Jordan decided money was no object.
"For the Christmas of '97, Pippen had an earring made for Jordan - a diamond-encrusted replica of the NBA championship trophy," Chicago reporter Melissa Isaacson wrote in a 2010 column for ESPN.
"Jordan, who had planned to give Pippen a box of cigars, reconsidered and instead gave him his red Ferrari, which Pippen had long admired.
'He wanted it so bad,' said Jordan. It wasn't a double locker, but it would do."
At the time, Jordan's Ferrari was worth around $170,000 and that's increased to $331,000 in modern money.
Despite the generosity from Jordan, Pippen seems to have never considered him a close friend off the court.
"Michael was bigger than the game, you know. Even my initial arrival to Chicago he was a big, iconic figure for the NBA. So, we never really had that off the court relationship," Pippen told GQ per CBS Sports.
"Our relationship between the lines was impeccable. We pushed each other to be great. We trained with each other to be the best. So, everything we did, from a basketball standpoint, it was a high level of respect there that we knew we could be the best.
"We could be dominant. We had went through pretty much the Vietnam War to get where we got to. We were battle tested."