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QUOTE OF THE DAY
Published November 5, 1996
"How can I charge that for my shoe when I speak to all those inner-city kids and preach to them? How can my shoe cost more than Michael Jordan's?" -- Chris Webber, who has ended his ties with Nike, claiming the company refuses to lower the price of its $140 CWebb basketball shoe (WASHINGTON TIMES, 11/5).