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Source:  TheWrap

The 1997-98 Chicago Bulls are considered one of the greatest basketball teams of all time.

That team, led by Michael Jordan, won its sixth NBA title in eight years that season, but, as the trailer for “The Last Dance” shows, not all that took place behind closed doors was as fluid as the action on the court.

ESPN’s ten-part documentary series ,“The Last Dance,” will chronicle Jordan’s last season with the Bulls, and feature interviews with many of the team’s stars, including Scottie Pippen, Dennis Rodman, and Steve Kerr, as well as head coach Phil Jackson.

Directed by Jason Hehir (“The Fab Five,” “The ’85 Bears,” “Andre the Giant”) and produced by Mike Tollin, the series will examine the simultaneous successes of Jordan and the NBA.

“The Last Dance” will premiere on ESPN in summer 2020 and on Netflix in fall 2020.

Read the story at TheWrap.

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