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So that Michael Jordan guy was pretty good. He has like 6 rings, a handful of MVP’s, a bunch of All-Star appearances and he was king of important to the city of Chicago. The passion and effort he exerted for the Windy City resulted in defining a franchise and firmly entrenching the city of Chicago as a basketball powerhouse. He was honored with a statue of his signature move, the fairy dunk, and the monument was constructed during his “first retirement” in 1994 in front of the United Center. The statue took a lot of planning and work to get done and a rare artifact from the process has surfaced.If you’ve got the coin, you may be a player for something that would truly¬†separate the casual fan from the hardcore collector, so gather up the capital and check this out because You Can Buy It Here¬†

Blueprints leftover from the project detail the schematics for the structure as well as offer insight into the resources necessary to keep Michael standing strong throughout harsh conditions.

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