Episodes 5 and 6 of “The Last Dance”, an ESPN films documentary detailing the Chicago Bulls dynasty, have officially aired.
For the last three weekends we have anxiously awaited the release of another two episodes, building up to the finale of the ten-part series. Every Sunday night ESPN has been releasing the never-before-seen footage, which has been just as much startling as it has been entertaining.
Here are some of the best reactions, responses, and statements across the Twitter sphere in regards to the latest episodes:
Dan Patrick brought on Jason Hehir, Director of “The Last Dance”, who mentioned that MJ did not have anything edited out of the series.
— Dan Patrick Show (@dpshow) May 4, 2020
This guy who beat MJ in some quarters game, may have been the star of the night. #BossMove
This may be the best part of “The Last Dance” so far. Perm guy breaking out the Jordan shrug after beating him in quarters gambling. pic.twitter.com/FuukklLyIG
— Clay Travis (@ClayTravis) May 4, 2020
The 1992 NBA Finals between the Chicago Bulls and the Portland Trail Blazers was featured.
Rip City vs Chi-Town pic.twitter.com/EIj90MgyB9
— Portland Trail Blazers (@trailblazers) May 4, 2020
Legendary NBA coach Pat Riley was looking as clean as ever.
cleanest fit in the last dance and it’s not even close pic.twitter.com/bMnYZCixWw
— matthew campos (@dougged) May 4, 2020
Jim Rome kept it real about MJ and IT’s relationship…
Just in case anyone forgot, Mike STILL hates Isiah
— Jim Rome (@jimrome) May 4, 2020
Joy Taylor gave her thoughts on the series, coming from a media perspective today.
The Last Dance gets better every week. MJ is the ultimate alpha. It’s also amazing to see the stress the media put on them and how the mythology around the team has evolved now. These stories are incredible.
— Joy Taylor (@JoyTaylorTalks) May 4, 2020
Here’s what is up next for episodes 7 & 8… 👀
“Will the basketball great return to the Bulls?”
Episodes 7 & 8 of The Last Dance begin Sunday, May 10 at 9:00 PM ET on ESPN. pic.twitter.com/65v538Q4Cr
— NBA (@NBA) May 4, 2020