Former Bull Ennis Whatley describes when Michael Jordan became “M.J”


PHOTO: In this June 18, 1996, file photo, Chicago Bulls’ Michael Jordan, left, receives the NBA Finals Most Valuable Player trophy from Commissioner David Stern during a ceremony in Chicago. Stern is not in the Hall of Fame, he never played in an All-Star game and he is about a foot shorter than most NBA stars. But try to find an NBA legacy more lasting than Stern’s, who is retiring Saturday, Feb. 1, after exactly 30 years on the job. (AP Photo/Charles Bennett, File)

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Former Bulls guard Ennis Whatley joins WGN Radio’s Mark Carman and Jordan Bernfield about playing with Michael Jordan, the “cocaine circus”, the ESPN documentary “The Last Dane” and more.


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