If we've learned anything from last year's airing of The Last Dance, it's that Scottie Pippen was extremely underpaid. Perhaps the Chicago Bulls star is hurting from that now as he's put up his Highland Park mansion up for rent on Airbnb. Well, sort of.
The Chicago residence is being listed on Airbnb for an absurd price of $92. At first glance, you might think it's Scottie Pippen deciding to stay extremely underpaid yet again. After all, the place is absolutely gorgeous and might be deserving of an extra zero on the price tag there.
But if you think about the number 92 again, it's actually an ode to the original Team USA Dream Team, in partnership with Airbnb itself. The Bulls legend is opening his doors for a symbolic price tag to give a few lucky fans a chance to enjoy the upcoming Olympics at his amazing pad.
The description even reads like you've being welcomed in by Pippen himself into his Chicago mansion:
When you enter my home, you’ll step into sport history – finding Olympic Games memorabilia from my time as a U.S. Olympian, plus items from Team USA’s 2020 Medal Stand Collection that you can take home with you! During your overnight stay, you and up to three guests have the opportunity to watch the magic of the Olympic Games basketball competitions on NBCUniversal’s broadcast networks and streaming services from my home theater, and channel your inner athlete on my indoor basketball court.
The full list of amenities and features is also nuts, which includes a meet and greet with the Bulls icon himself. Now that's definitely worth the price of admission.