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Michael Jordan

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I've reached the pinnacle of my career. I just feel that I don't have anything else to prove.
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Announcing his retirement from the Bulls (1993-10-06) Classic NBA Quotes: Michael Jordan. NBA Encyclopedia. NBA Media Ventures. Retrieved on 2006-11-24.[dead link]

 
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