The trade demand that Scottie Pippen leveled at the Chicago Bulls last week was only the latest incident in a career filled with emotional spikes and dips. Some HIGHLIGHTS and LOWLIGHTS:
JUNE 1987: After four years at little-known NAIA school Central Arkansas, Pippen is drafted fifth overall by Seattle SuperSonics and immediately traded to Bulls
FEBRUARY 1994: Named All-Star Game MVP
OCTOBER 1996: Named one of NBA's 50 greatest players
MAY-JUNE 1997: Starts all 19 of Chicago's playoff games despite being hobbled with foot injury and averages 19.2 points and 6.8 rebounds as Bulls win their fifth title
JUNE 1990: Comes down with migraine during warmups before Game 7 of Eastern Conference finals against Detroit Pistons and scores just two points in Bulls loss
MAY 1994: Angry that he wasn't called upon to take game's deciding shot, Pippen sits out final 1.8 seconds of Game 3 win over New York Knicks in Eastern Conference semifinals. Pippen later says he knew his decision was controversial but, "I just didn't care"
JANUARY 1995: Upset over officiating in game against San Antonio Spurs, Pippen picks up chair near Bulls bench and hurls it across floor