An estate sale this weekend let thousands explore the Chicago Bulls star's former home.
Thousands of people waited in line on Saturday and Sunday to shop at the estate sale at Scottie Pippen's former Highland Park mansion. Only 25 people were allowed in at a time, so people waited for hours to shop. The sale began at 9 a.m. on Saturday, but people started waiting in line much earlier. New people were allowed in every 15 minutes, and only 25 people were allowed in the house at a time.
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Thousands expected to come clean out NBA champ's former mansion this weekend.
The indoor basketball court isn't the only thing Scottie Pippen left behind when he sold his 21-room Highland Park mansion in 1996. The retired Chicago Bulls forward left rooms filled with furniture and art for the 13,000-square-foot home's new owners, in addition to t-shirts, basketballs and other Bulls memorabilia signed by players like Michael Jordan and Pippen himself. This weekend, Sheryl Rue-Borden hopes to sell all of it. "It's a big job, this is the biggest one I've ever done," said Sheryl Rue-Borden, a Prudential Rubloff real estate agent who's organizing the estate sale at the 2320 Shady Lane property. "I'm thinking of doing a map." Pippen, who custom-built the house in 1994, sold it two years later to a couple that recently died…