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Comcast SportsNet to celebrate Michael Jordan induction


Comcast SportsNet Chicago is planning a two-day celebration of Michael Jordan's induction into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame with complete game telecasts of five of his great games in a Chicago Bulls uniform. The celebration also will include two original, 30-minute specials chronicling his basketball career. The comprehensive, two-day programming event, called "23 Hours of MJ: A Hall of Fame Celebration," begins Thursday, Sept.10 and concludes on Sept. 11, with Mark Schanowski reporting live from the Hall of Fame induction ceremonies in Springfield, Ma.


Good going! Will definitely look forward to the program. By the way are Michael Jordan’s greatest games available on DVDs as I am one of his biggest fans and would like to save those moments at home?

Yeah, there is a compilation with his 6 greatest games plus the jordan specials like "Come Fly With Me" and all the others. I actually have the set but I don't remember what it's called...I've never opened it. I'm a bit of a collector. But yeah, it is available.

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