2001-2002 Season: Lakers 3-peat, NBA Goes Global, Jordan Ails, Hornets Move

January 2003
World Almanac & Book of Facts;2003, p905
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Presents highlights from the 2000-2001 National Basketball Association (NBA) season. The L.A. Lakers claim a third straight NBA title; Knee injury forces Michael Jordan to miss the final two months of the NBA season; NBA board of governors approves the relocation of the Charlotte Hornets to New Orleans beginning in the 2002-2003 season; Talented international basketball players enjoy success playing in the NBA.


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