Prior to his return with the Washington Wizards, Michael Jordan was still in retirement back in the year of 1999 but that didn’t mean he couldn’t play the game of basketball.
At some point in that year, Jordan visited the Chicago Bulls practice facility and was challenged by second-year player Corey Benjamin to a game of one-on-one.
As you probably figured, Michael was able to show Benjamin and the rest of Chicago players at the facility that he still could play the game:
Jordan schools Corey Benjamin [Dime Magazine]
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