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Rest In Peace Kobe!

1978 - Eternal RIP #24 
It's a truly sad day today, Rest in Peace Kobe, you will be missed!
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On This Date January 25th


On This Date January 25th 
On This Date January 25th, 1998, Michael Jordan led all players in votes received for a record ninth time in his career and Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant becomes the youngest starter in NBA All-Star Game history after the final returns in the 1998 McDonald's NBA All-Star voting program.
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On This Date, January 23rd

On This Date January 23rd
On This Date January 23rd, 1998, Michael Jordan scored in double figures for the 800th consecutive game in a 100-98 OT win over New Jersey. Jordan would add 40 more double-figure scoring games to his NBA record before retiring for the second time at the end of the 1997-98 season.
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On This Date January 21st

On This Date, January 21st
On This Date, January 21st 1998, Michael Jordan made 14 field goals to increase his career total to 10,524, passing John Havlicek (10,513) for fifth place on the NBA's all-time field goals made list.
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On This Date January 19th

On This Date January 19th
On This Date January 19th, 2000, Michael Jordan, who led the Chicago Bulls to six NBA championships as a player, returned to the NBA when he joined the Washington Wizards as part owner and President of Basketball Operations, overseeing all aspects of the team. Jordan has also joined Lincoln Holdings, LLC, as a partner and investor. Lincoln Holdings owns the Washington Capitals and is a minority partner in Washington Sports & Entertainment, including the Washington Wizards.
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On This Date January 9th, 1991

On This Date January 9, 1991
On This Date January 9th, 1991, Chicago's Michael Jordan scored a game-high 40 points to lead the Bulls to a 107-99 win over Philadelphia at the Spectrum, reaching the 15,000 point mark for his career. Jordan reached 15,000 points in 460 games, quicker than any player in NBA history except Wilt Chamberlain (358 games).
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On This Date January 8th, 1993

On This Date January 8, 1993
On This Date January 8th, 1993 Michael Jordan's game-high 35 points led Chicago to a 120-95 win over Milwaukee, giving him exactly 20,000 points in the 620th game of his NBA career. Jordan was the second-fastest to reach 20,000 points behind only Wilt Chamberlain, who did it in 499 games.
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On This Date January 4th 2001

On This Date January 4, 2001
On This Date January 4th, 2001 Michael Jordan of the Washington Wizards, by making the second of two free throws with 5:28 remaining in the second quarter of an 89-83 victory against Chicago, became the fourth player in NBA history to score 30,000 career points.
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