Hall of Famer Scottie Pippen scored again on Tuesday.
The Chicago Bulls legend won a $2.37 million judgement against a Miami company named CF Air.
The South Florida Business Journal reports Pippen received the money over the ill-fated ownership of his own airplane through a company named Air Pip.
Businessman Craig Frost was on the wrong end of the final judgement; he reportedly failed to pay Pippen in a confidential settlement back in September 2010.
Pippen has already won a $2 million malpractice case against the Chicago law firm that oversaw his plane purchase.
Pippen earned the nickname "No Tippin Pippen" for his penny-pinching ways when out on the town as a player. He earned a staggering $109,192,430 during his 17 seasons in the NBA with the Bulls, Rockets and Trail Blazers.
Pippen was an NBA All-Defensive First Team player eight times and All-NBA First Team member three times. He's best remembered for being Michael Jordan's wingman on six championship teams in the 1990's with the Bulls. Pippen finished his career with career averages of 16.1 points, 6.4 rebounds and 5.2 assists per game.