Michael Jordan gives and sells in this 72 Review

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CHICAGO - It was right in the middle of a run towards the end of the season, but Michael Jordan took a little time to start a new venture with his No. 1 hobby.

On March 30, 1996 the Bulls' star opened a golf store in Water Tower Place approprately named "Michael Jordan Golf." After a win over the Hawks at the United Center, Jordan hit some puts at the opening and even talked about himself not being a teacher of a game but just hoped to get people interested.

Oh, and Jordan also had two big assist games at the United Center for the Bulls after a major upset loss in Toronto's Skydome.

These storylines, which happened 20 years ago this week, were part of Sports Feed's 72 Review on Thursday. Our own version of #TBT, Jarrett Payton looks back on the events surrounding the World Champion Bulls in late March of that season.

To watch this week's edition, click on the video above.

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