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Michael Jordan posted the famous "double-nickel" performance in his fifth game back from retirement in 1995, dropping 55 points in a win over the Knicks at Madison Square Garden.
Rajon Rondo falls a rebound and assist shy of a triple-double, while Jimmy Butler adds 20 points and 14 assists in the Bulls' 109-94 win over the Bucks.
Jimmy Butler swats the ball away from Greg Monroe and soars for the dunk.
Rajon Rondo takes advantage of Robin Lopez's screen and blasts through the paint for the lay-in.
Giannis Antetokounmpo executes a spin move and drives to the hoop for a dunk.
Bob Ryan reflects on Jerry Krause's complicated legacy and vies for the iconic basketball executive to be inducted into the Hall of Fame.
Dario Saric steps up for a shorthanded 76ers team and scores a career-high 32 points to push Philadelphia to a 117-107 win over Chicago.
The Bulls neglect to mark Shawn Long and he makes them pay with the two-handed putback jam to extend the 76ers' lead.
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