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As breeding season approaches for many livestock species, the idea of leasing males arises. Importing genetics to improve a herd or flock and …

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Juanita Jordan files for divorce the same day Michael scores his 30,000th career point against the Bulls. One month later, the Jordans jointly withdraw the divorce case.

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Agrees to a one-year contract with the Bulls worth $30 million - the biggest single-season contract ever in American team sports.

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The Bulls end the regular season with 72 wins - an NBA record - with Jordan scoring 26 points. Jordan (30.4 ppg) leads the NBA in scoring for a record eighth time.

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Plays in the Scottie Pippen All-Star Classic - the final game at Chicago Stadium - and scores 52 points. He kisses the Bulls logo on the floor at game's end.

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The Bulls fall to the Pistons in the playoffs for a third straight season. The Pistons, who double- and triple-team Jordan, eliminate the Bulls in Game 7 in Detroit, 93-74.

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Scores 18 points in the regular-season finale against the Pistons, having led the Bulls to a 61-21 season and earning another scoring title by averaging 31.5 points.

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The Bulls lose grasp of their 2-1 series lead and fall 4-2 to the Pistons in the East finals.

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Phil Jackson is elevated from assistant to head coach of the Bulls, replacing Doug Collins.

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The Bulls beat the Cavs 107-101 - with Jordan scoring 39 points - to claim a first-round series victory, marking the first time Jordan advances to the conference semifinals.

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Scores 25 points, but the Bulls' season ends with a 102-95 loss in Game 5 to the Detroit Pistons, who take the series 4-1 and become a roadblock for Jordan over the next few years.

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Scores 35 points in his first playoff victory, a 109-107 win in Game 3 of the first round against the Milwaukee Bucks. Two days later, however, the Bulls are eliminated by the Bucks three games to one.

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Breaks a bone in his left foot in the third game of his second season and misses 64 games. The Bulls win 30 games despite his absence and snag a playoff berth.

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