The Presidential Daily Brief


  1. Michael Jordan’s Shot out of Obscurity

    It wasn’t a Bulls highlight-reel basket, an NBA buzzer-beater or pro championship helicopter jumper that put Michael Jordan on the path to basketball divinity. No, it was “the shot,” a single 16-footer during his freshman year of college. It won an NCAA Championship for his home-state North Carolina Tar Heels and vaulted him to fame. And it capped a season that began with the 19-year-old pushing around A.V. Carts for his more touted teammates, whose names you’d have to Google today. 


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