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Grant slams Jordan over ‘Last Dance’ claim

LOS ANGELES (AFP) ‒ Former Chicago Bulls player Horace Grant lashed out at Michael Jordan on Tuesday, accusing the NBA legend of providing a skewed version of the truth in the hit documentary series “The Last Dance.” In an interview with ESPN radio, Grant, who won three NBA championships playing alongside Jordan, said the acclaimed documentary had […]

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Free COVID testing for PBA employees

San Miguel Corporation is making sure the health and safety of its own PBA family is secured. All 41 employees of the league led by Commissioner Willie Marcial are scheduled to undergo free COVID-19 testing courtesy of no less than SMC President and COO Ramon S. Ang. The firm, which has been at the forefront […]

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LeBron James not giving up on season

Los Angeles Lakers superstar LeBron James said Monday he’s eager for the NBA season to resume, as long as the health of players and their families won’t be endangered amid the COVID-19 pandemic. James, speaking on the “WRTS: After Party” program on the Uninterrupted multi-media platform, said he hoped the NBA season resumes sooner rather […]

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It’s maddening coz we could not seek our 7th title – Jordan

  Michael Jordan believes the Chicago Bulls 1990s NBA dynasty would have stayed together for at least one more season if team chiefs had backed coach Phil Jackson. The retired legend made his comments in the last chapter of hit documentary “The Last Dance”, saying he would have re-signed a one-year deal had management kept […]

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Game-worn Jordan sneakers sell for P28 million

A pair of Air Jordan sneakers worn in a game by Michael Jordan sold Sunday for $560,000 (roughly P28 million) at Sotheby’s auction house, an all-time record for basketball shoes. The white, black and red shoes, made for Jordan in 1985 and autographed by the NBA legend himself, dethroned the reigning “Moon Shoe,” one of […]

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Value of Jordan’s  memorabilia soars

The immense global success of the documentary “The Last Dance” amid the coronavirus lockdown has boosted sales of collectibles related to NBA icon Michael Jordan, some of which are trading in the hundreds of thousands of dollars. “Timing is everything,” says Jordan Geller, a collector who on Sunday will be richer by at least $240,000 […]

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