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THE CONSPIRACY THEORY
It is impossible to cover Jordan’s gambling exploits without discussing his 1993 retirement from basketball and the gambling-related conspiracy theories that flowed from it. Former Bulls guard and broadcaster Norm Van Lier is most often sourced as the initiator of that discussion, though it’s likely the idea would have arisen somewhere.
After the death of Michael’s father, James Jordan, in the summer of 1993, Van Lier began discussing on Chicago sports radio a possible connection between the elder Jordan’s murder and his son’s gambling exploits. The league had conducted two internal investigations of Jordan’s gambling in 1992 centered around checks found during criminal investigations — one during a crime scene investigation at the home of a murdered bail bondsman — and neither had resulted in any public discipline
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