Chicago Bulls: Three best episodes of “The Last Dance”

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The Chicago Bulls saw their great dynasty covered in ESPN’s “The Last Dance” and it was brilliant. What were the three best episodes?

The Chicago Bulls were the greatest dynasty in the history of basketball and one of the greatest in the history of team sports. They won six NBA Titles over the span of eight years led by the greatness of Michael Jordan. He went on to become the greatest basketball player of all time and he is one of the best team sports athletes of all time. He also had Scottie Pippen there for all six titles and Dennis Rodman was there for the final three.

“The Last Dance” was an ESPN documentary that went over the Michael Jordan era of the Chicago Bulls and in particular, the 1997-98 Championship season. It showed clips and behind the scene footage of many different focal points throughout his career. It gave an insight on things fans knew about already, may not have known about, or extra detail about things we knew but were foggy on.

The dynasty didn’t end the way that we wish it would have but six titles in eight seasons are without a doubt a good run. “The Last Dance” gave us everything we ever would have wanted in terms of a movie about those Bulls teams. There was an insight about just about every important figure to the team having as much success as it did.

Every episode went in many different ways but mostly had one underlying theme. Each episode was very entertaining television, as you would imagine. You can’t say which episode was definitively the best but there are three that stick out to me as my three favorites: