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Free Agency Presents Opportunity and Peril

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In his final season with the Chicago Bulls, Michael Jordan made $36 million and made it seem reasonable. The Bulls won their sixth title. Jordan claimed his sixth finals most valuable player trophy. Chicago got a parade.

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