Michael Jordan

McCallum, Jack
September 1994
Sports Illustrated;9/19/94, Vol. 81 Issue 12, p52
Highlights Michael Jordan, 31, who was America's superstar for five years beginning in his rookie season of 1985 with the Chicago Bulls, as he crossed gender, race and age lines. Criticisms; His gambling habit; Death of his father, James, in August 1993; His retirement from basketball to play professional baseball.


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