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Source:  Chicago Sun-Times

While the present-day Chicago Bulls are making big moves to try to return to NBA relevance, fans will be able to bask in the franchise’s glory days starting tonight with “The Last Dance,” the highly anticipated ten-part documentary series on Michael Jordan and the 1997-98 Bulls’ NBA title run.

“The Last Dance” goes behind the scenes to chronicle the entire 1997-98 season, which everyone from Jordan to coach Phil Jackson knew would be the team’s final run together.

With archival footage from the NBA, which received permission to film the team behind the scenes throughout the season, and countless interviews, it’s shaping up to be the definitive look at the team that dominated the 1990s.

The first two episodes of “The Last Dance” premiere tonight on ESPN at 9:00 pm ET (6:00 pm PT).

Read the story at the Chicago Sun Times.


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