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Michael Jordan's last contract with the Chicago Bulls (1997-1998 season) was for one-year and worth $33 million. It was the last contract he would ever sign with six-time world champions. It's also still the largest single-season contract in NBA history. This original contract is now up for auction by the Dallas-based Heritage Auctions. Initial reports indicated that the value of said contract, with Jordan’s signature on it, was $30,000, but ESPN reports the bidding is already up to $28,000 with one week remaining in the auction. Nice collector's item...

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A 2 page contract for $33 million?

Man, life was so simple back then

Now, under the Obama regime... a $100 contract is over 50 fricking pages and a $33 million contract is over 10,000 pages
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