ESPN Docuseries “The Last Dance” is the best content to watch on TV right now

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With Coronavirus restrictions in place, all sporting events are being postponed. Premier league football would be taking place as well as Major League Baseball and the NBA playoffs. To fill the void, ESPN has been featuring alternate programming like the NBA Horse challenge which featured NBA players playing a novel game of horse as well as and NBA 2k tournament in which NBA players faced each other on the videogame remotely. However, these events were overcast by poor video quality among other technical difficulties.

The Last Dance is an ESPN original docuseries that follows Michael Jordan on his final season with the Chicago Bulls. This docuseries dives deep into the nostalgia of the 90’s and keeps viewers entertained by featuring the athletic greatness of Michael Jordan in a high drama setting. Even if viewers do not have an interest in Basketball, they will probably find themselves fascinated with some other aspect of the series.

After his career ended, Michael Jordan vanished from the public eye making this is our first inside look at the servant since the early 2000’s. Jordan sits and recalls the events of his last season with the Chicago bulls that lead the organization to a 6th championship, while he enjoys a peaceful glass of liquor. Other standout contributions also include commentary by Bulls teammates Dennis Rodman and Scottie Pippen, owner Jerry Reinsdorf and even Chicago’s own Barack Obama. The first two episodes primarily feature the conflict that existed between the players of the Chicago Bulls and the general manager, Jerry Krause, and the backstory of Jordan and his teammates. The second episode is more focused on Scottie Pippen and his struggle to receive fair pay from the Bulls organization.

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