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Michael Jordan replaces jersey stolen from Wisconsin home


A Michael Jordan jersey signed by the NBA legend for a seriously ill child when they met in the 1990s was stolen from her grandfather’s burned-out western Wisconsin home, and authorities are putting on a full-court press making every effort to find it. And while there’s nothing like the real thing, Jordan heard about the thievery and is having the memento replaced. (Leader-Telegram)


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