When did Michael Jordan make his second retirement

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After making headline-grabbing plays on NBA courts, Michael Jordan, one of the best players in basketball history, announced his retirement in January 1999.

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He declared that he was "99.9 percent convinced" that he would never play in the NBA again at that time.

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But after two years, he couldn't help but pick up his profession again and head back to the floor. On September 25, 2001, the 0.1 percent possibilities prevailed.

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Three times during his NBA career, MJ retired. He announced his second retirement in January 1999.

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Jordan declared his intention to play again for the NBA. This time, it was with the Washington Wizards and not the Chicago Bulls.

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He joined the group on January 19, 2000, as president of basketball operations.

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He put in all the hard work he could before enrolling to get into that pattern.

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All of the tickets were sold out for the Wizards' two seasons Jordan was with them, but they never made it to the postseason.

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