Watch the Tokyo Olympics From Scottie Pippen’s Swimming Pool for $92 a Night

The former Olympic champ is renting his $2-million home to commemorate the Dream Team's gold-medal run in 1992

Scottie Pippen
Scottie Pippen meets fans at a 2017 event in Chicago.
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In a move that is likely related to the growing number of projects he currently has in the works, Scottie Pippen is putting his Chicago mansion on Airbnb for the Summer Olympics in Tokyo.

A six-time NBA champ who won Olympics gold two times, Pippen is renting out his home on August 2, 4 and 6 for $92 a night. The price, $92, is a nod to the year the original Dream Team that captured gold at the 1992 Barcelona Olympics.

Located in Highland Park, Illinois, and valued at $2 million, the Hall-of-Famer’s two-bed, one-bath home hits the rental market on Airbnb today.

In addition to pool access, a rental of the property includes a virtual welcome from Pippen, access to the home’s indoor basketball court, movie theater and arcade, as well as the chance to dine on some of the 55-year-old’s favorite pregame foods, including fresh fruits and veggies, steak and baked potatoes.

“Being able to represent the United States as an Olympian twice was an incredible honor as an athlete,” Pippen said. “Playing alongside the best of the best with Team USA will always be a career highlight for me, and I’m excited to host basketball fans at my home to witness the next generation of athletes performing at the top of their sport.“

Guests, who will also have the chance to rent similar listings from former stars and ’92 Dream Team members Patrick Ewing and Larry Bird, are responsible for their own travel to and from the abode. The U.S. Men’s Basketball team opens up their Olympic run on Sunday vs. France.

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