Comcast SportsNet's Christopher Kamka highlights the 29th anniversary of the NBA debut of former Chicago Bulls superstar Michael Jordan.
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Comcast SportsNet's Christopher Kamka highlights the 29th anniversary of the NBA debut of former Chicago Bulls superstar Michael Jordan .
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Before Michael Jordan had his own shoe brand, Gatorade commercials and movies with cartoon characters, he was a young kid playing at North Carolina. Here's his first bucket as a Tar Heel.
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