Michael Jordan signs deal with Bulls worth more than $30 million

September 1997
Jet;09/15/97, Vol. 92 Issue 17, p51
Reports that Michael Jordan signed in 1997 an one-year contract with the Chicago Bulls basketball team that will pay him between $33 and $36 million. Jordan as the highest-paid athlete ever in any team sport; Jordan's comments.


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