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Comcast SportsNet to celebrate Michael Jordan induction

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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.

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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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