The $40 million man

Swift, E.M.
June 1996
Sports Illustrated;6/10/96, Vol. 84 Issue 23, p44
Discusses the compensation of Michael Jordan. His status as a free agent on July 1, 1996; Compensation compared to other players; His impact on ticket sales; The role of Chicago Bulls owner Jerry Reinsdorf; How Jordan could impact any team he plays for; Comments of sports economist Allen Sanderson; Why it is meaningless to try to determine Jordan's worth.


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