Michael Jordan was the ultimate professional basketball player, the yardstick by which players for years to come will be measured. But when Jordan retired, and took a front-office job with the NBA's Washington Wizards, he -- and the league -- learned that as an executive he was way out of his league. Jordan decided to return to playing, but his glory days were behind him. It's those next two years that Washington Post feature writer Michael Leahy covers in this very candid book.
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