Retired basketball great Michael Jordan is practicing with the Bulls again, fueling rumors that he will hang up his baseball cleats to revive his hoops career. A Bulls source toldTIME Chicago reporter Julie Gracethat they "wouldn't be surprised" if he suited up for a game this weekend. Adding to the speculation, Bulls coach Phil Jackson, who has been trying to convince Jordan to return to the team, said the three-time MVP stopped by to watch some game films with him this week. Jordan averaged a phenomenal 32 points per game during his nine years with the Bulls, leading them to three consecutive championships. Now in fourth place, the Bulls certainly could use Jordan, who retired from the NBA in 1993 to play on aWhite Sox minor league team. He was a lackluster player, though, and has refused to take the field as a replacement for striking big-leaguers this year. Sources at the Bulls, which are owned by Jerry Reinsdorf, who also owns the White Sox, told TIME that an announcement about Jordan's future is imminent.