ESPN's 10-part documentary series "The Last Dance," which chronicled Michael Jordan and the 1997-98 Chicago Bulls, is now available to replay on ESPN+ in the United States and outside the U.S. on Netflix.
Jordan and the Bulls allowed NBA Entertainment to follow them throughout the 1997-98 season and document their final championship together. The series features never-before-seen footage as well as interviews with more than 100 people close to the team.
You can find each episode here, as well as classic Bulls games and more on MJ's dynastic run.
Episodes can be streamed on ESPN+ in the U.S. and on Netflix outside the U.S.
Episode 1: Bulls chase sixth title
Episode 2: Scottie Pippen's rise to stardom
Episode 3: Dennis Rodman and the Bad Boys
Episode 4: Phil Jackson and MJ
Episode 5: Air Jordan, the icon
Episode 6: MJ's first retirement
Episode 7: MJ the ruthless teammate
Episode 8: The comeback season
Episode 9: Chicago gets past Indiana
Episode 10: The finale
Detail and classic games
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