Chat with Bryon Russell

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Michael Jordan and Bryon Russell The D-League's Utah Flash are trying to reunite Michael Jordan and Bryon Russell.

Welcome to SportsNation! On Monday, former NBA player Bryon Russell stops by to chat about the NBA season as well as his proposed one-on-one challenge with Michael Jordan set up by the NBA D-League Utah Flash owner Brandt Andersen.

Following Jordan's Hall of Fame speech, Russell challenged Jordan to a game of one-on-one. Anderson stepped in and proposed a Russell-Jordan game Monday night during the Flash's home opener. He will says he will pay $100,000 to the charity of the winner's choice.

In his 12 seasons in the NBA, Russell played for four different teams including the Denver Nuggets, Los Angeles Lakers, Washington Wizards, and was a key member of the Utah Jazz helping them advance to back-to-back NBA Finals in 1997 and 1998. Before retiring in 2006, Byron scored 6,663 points, dished out 1,085 assists and pulled down 2,914 rebounds.

Send your questions now and join Russell Monday at 2 p.m. ET!

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