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This is a day that I had hoped would never come. It has to be the toughest day in the history of the Chicago Bulls. It's a tough day for Chicago.
Bulls Chairman Jerry Reinsdorf, quoted in "Michael Jordan Retirement Press Conference" (transcript). NBA Media Ventures. 1999-01-13. Retrieved on 2006-11-22. 

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