Six shooter

Taylor, Phil
June 1998
Sports Illustrated;06/22/98, Vol. 88 Issue 25, p38
Focuses on Michael Jordan of the Chicago Bulls basketball team. Whether he will retire after he helped his team win its sixth National Basketball Association (NBA) title in eight seasons; Why Bulls chairman Jerry Reinsdorf and vice president of basketball operations Jerry Krause may have to deal with the breakup of the team; Whether Scottie Pippen will return to play for the Bulls; Why Pippen's decision will affect the decisions of Dennis Rodman and Jordan. INSET: What next for the Jazz?, by Marty Burns.


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