The Weekend When Jordan and the NBA Took Flight
Thu Feb 13, 2020
The last time All-Star descended upon Chicago, a precocious Bulls guard jumped from the free throw line and sent the NBA into the stratosphere. This is the story of how one frigid weekend in the Windy City changed everything for Michael Jordan
and the league. It was the first week of February 1988, days before the start of NBA All-Star Weekend.
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