NBA: Michael Jordan, the documentary produced by ESPN and Netflix is coming soon “The Last Dance”, divided into 10 parts of 1 hour each, will focus on the triumphs of MJ and the Bulls in the 90s. The news is of those able to bring the language to dangle from joy – the image chosen not by chance – to every basketball enthusiast. ESPN and Netflix have announced a docu-series – created in partnership – on Michael Jordan. The documentary, entitled “The Last Dance”, will be divided into 10 parts lasting 1 hour each. The legend of Michael Jordan ESPN, at a press conference, confirmed Jordan’s full cooperation. The series will focus, in particular, on the triumphal ride of MJ and the Bulls dynasty in the 90s.
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Chicago, between 1991 and 1998, won 6 NBA Titles (1991, 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 1998), always dragged by His Airness (6 times MVP of Finals). The intent of director Jason Hehir, who specializes in documentaries, is to underline the link between the rise of Jordan and the concomitant NBA boom in the Nineties. The series will contain, in addition to the obvious focus on MJ, interviews with the other key figures of the Bulls titles and 500 hours of unpublished material on the triumphant vintage 1997-1998. Expected release 2019. It will be hard not to be overwhelmed by the hype.
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I just want to tell this generation that I really wish you guys was there to see Michael Jordan play, I wish you could see what us 80’s babies seen. We talked about Michael Jordan the way we do because we never seen anything like that before and we probably would never say anything like that after, we’re not just talking about him because his shoe is great Trust and Believe if you could go back in a time machine and I could just put you there and you can see Michael Jordan in them moments.
It’s something that you’ll never forget, and I’m so glad that I was born in the right time to see him play the dude was phenomenal unbelievable, I never seen the basketball player like him that’s the only reason why I wanted to play basketball because I seen Michael Jordan, he was doing stuff that I didn’t see no athlete do before in the NBA, regardless on how you feel about him, this man is historical! When Mike played for the Chicago Bulls everybody fear Mike everybody. #23