ESPN's documentary "The Last Dance" debuted to the masses on the weekend that was originally scheduled to be the start of the 2020 NBA postseason. The untold story of Michael Jordan's final season with the Chicago Bulls has been one of the most highly anticipated viewing events of the past several years. It arrived at a time when, due to the coronavirus pandemic, many around the world are encouraged to stay home.

The first episode touched on topics such as then-general manager Jerry Krause's polarizing positions and Michael Jordan's rise from the University of North Carolina to his rookie season in Chicago. The second episode covered Scottie Pippen's arrival to the Bulls and his controversial 1997 preseason, as well as Jordan's childhood and second NBA season.

And the anticipation finally ended ...

For me? Michael Jordan, Michael Jackson, and Beyoncé are the three greatest entertainers of my lifetime; and you could probably throw Muhammad Ali in there.

- Earvin Magic Johnson (@MagicJohnson) April 20, 2020

"It was Mike." ¯_(ツ)_/¯ #SideNotes

- utahjazz (@utahjazz) April 20, 2020

A former Chicago resident weighs in on the 🐐#TheLastDance

- Chicago Bulls (@chicagobulls) April 20, 2020

I'm bringing back the Kangol hat and hoop earrings 😂

- Paul Millsap (@Paulmillsap4) April 20, 2020

I could've watched all 10 episodes right now.

- Zach LaVine (@ZachLaVine) April 20, 2020

Man u got MJ, Scottie and Phil Jackson and YOUR ego is the issue...

- David West (@D_West30) April 20, 2020

Who else had Scottie's shoes growing up???

- Kevin Love (@kevinlove) April 20, 2020

Let's Go 🍿 #TheLastDance

- Enes Kanter (@EnesKanter) April 20, 2020


- Khris Middleton (@Khris22m) April 20, 2020

I ain't been this excited for a movie ever lol.

- 🏁 Jamal Crawford (@JCrossover) April 19, 2020


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