A brother, his family and Michael Jordan: Reflecting on 9/11


My brother was a basketball fan. In an effort to spend time together, we’d catch a few games. He lived in the Washington, D.C. area, and the Wizards were the home team, so that became a closer option. He’d ask about certain players, which wasn’t unusual; as a sportswriter, you ask questions and you also get them. He’d wonder about . (NBA.com)

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A brother, his family and Michael Jordan: Reflecting on 9/11


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