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Denny Hamlin said there was never a question about the car number for Michael Jordan's new NASCAR team in partnership with the three-time Daytona 500 champion. Determining the name and a logo were a bit more of a balance.
Picking the car number for Michael Jordan's new NASCAR team was a slam dunk: Bubba Wallace will drive the No. 23 car when the team makes its debut next season.
When the U.S. Supreme Court cleared the way for sports betting across the country just two years ago, there were predictions of sportsbooks on every street corner and millions of new bettors going broke betting on their favorite teams.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Michael Jordan helped build the Chicago Bulls into a winner as a player.
Michael Jordan and the Jordan Brand are giving $100 million to organizations dedicated to promoting racial equality and social justice.
On the surface, Wilson and Michael Jordan couldn’t be more divergent. Wilson would never even think of riding his teammates as Jordan did. But like the Chicago Bulls great, the Seahawks quarterback has seemed powerfully driven by perceived slights.
Nineties nostalgia has helped mollify the famine in Hooptown, USA – two weekly episodes at a time.
Morrison was born in 1984, exactly one month after Jordan was drafted third overall by the Chicago Bulls. Morrison collected Jordan’s sports cards and posters as his formative years coincided with Jordan guiding the Bulls to six NBA championships.
Craig Ehlo and Byron Russell each shared an ultimate moment with Michael Jordan, and Jordan came out on top each time. They’ll be on highlight reels forever and “The Last Dance” – the ESPN and Netflix 10-part documentary series about Jordan’s Chicago Bulls that ends on Sunday – only freshened the familiarity fans have with two of the most-replayed shots in NBA history.
One of the attention-getting story lines from The Last Dance Episode 8 on Sunday night — that Sonics coach George Karl erred by not having Gary Payton guard Jordan until Game 4 of the 1996 NBA Finals — is a little more complicated than The Last Dance (and Payton) made it appear.
Compare the two responses from Sunday night’s episodes of ESPN’s “The Last Dance.”
Kerr was a guest on Dickau’s Scorebook Live quarantine series podcast recently when Dickau steered the conversation from questions to fessing up about a 2002 prank phone call schemed by Dickau’s friend and fellow Gonzaga alum Eric “Big Ed” Edelstein.
Unlike most the 6.1 million viewers who tuned into Episode 3 of “The Last Dance” on April 26, Craig Ehlo inadvertently had a hand in the Bulls’ ascent.
The sheer audacity of Michael Jordan still resonates 26 years later.
Episode 3 of "The Last Dance" featured one of Michael Jordan's most iconic moments, "The Shot." Craig Ehlo talks with SWX's Joe McHale about the those final three seconds of the 1989 Eastern Conference playoffs.
Seattle-area basketball fans tuning in to the opening episodes of ESPN’s “The Last Dance” last week hoping for a much-welcomed sports diversion were instead dealt what might have seemed like an unnecessary and unexpected dagger to the heart.
Sleepy Floyd doesn’t remember much about the specific moment Michael Jordan broke his foot, just that, all of a sudden, the Golden State Warriors had a better chance of beating the Chicago Bulls that October night in 1985.
The idea for the ESPN and Netflix documentary “The Last Dance” came in 1997. Long before he was NBA commissioner, Adam Silver helped green-light the whole project
The long-awaited look at Michael Jordan’s last championship season with the Chicago Bulls is finally set for release.
Michael Jordan and Dominique Wilkins have never talked to one another about the 1988 dunk contest