It's time—finally—to say goodbye to his Airness

Benner, Bill
March 2003
Indianapolis Business Journal;3/3/2003, Vol. 23 Issue 52, p51
Argues that the National Basketball Association (NBA) will benefit from the retirement of player Michael Jordan. Author's admission that Jordan is an extraordinary player; Ways in which NBA and basketball have deteriorated partially due to Jordan; Argument that Jordan did not mean nearly as much to the NBA as did Magic Johnson and Larry Bird.


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