Tyler Roby Pippen: Cause Of Death Of Scottie Pippen’s Daughter
Scotty Maurice Pippen Sr., better known as Scottie Pippen, was born in the United States of America on September 25, 1965. He was a former professional basketball player who went by the name Scottie Pippen.
He played in the National Basketball Association (NBA) for 17 years, during which time the Chicago Bulls won six championships under his leadership. In the 1990s, Pippen and Michael Jordan were two of the most important figures in the development of the Chicago Bulls into a championship team and in the global popularity of the National Basketball Association (NBA).
Pippen is considered to be one of the best small forwards of all time. He was selected to the first team of the NBA All-Defensive Team eight years in a row, and he was selected to the first team of the All-NBA three times.
He was named to the NBA All-Star team seven times and was named Most Valuable Player of the NBA All-Star Game in 1994. During the 1996–1997 season, he was selected one of the 50 Greatest Players in NBA history, and he is one of four players whose jerseys have been retired by the Chicago Bulls. In addition, he received the MVP award for the 1996–1997 NBA season (the others being Jerry Sloan, Bob Love, and Jordan).
What happened to Scottie Pippen’s daughter Tyler Roby Pippen and what caused her death are both mysteries.
Taylor is the second oldest of the seven children and her birthday, July 20, 1994, makes her the second oldest. Tyler, Taylor’s twin sister, passed away nine days after her birth due to a horrific accident that occurred at the hospital where she was being treated.
Despite the results of a DNA test, Pippen first denied that he was the biological father of the twin girls that he had with his ex-girlfriend Sonya Roby. Although Roby continued to have full custody of the child, he promised to pay the remaining medical bills and offer insurance coverage.