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Saturday, 08 May 2021 17:06

The Last Dance is a Fun, Heartfelt, and Inspiring Docuseries that is a must-watch for any sport fan

Written by lucks


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When The Last Dance first came out, for whatever reason, it wasn’t on my radar. After a while, I was vaguely aware of the hype and eventually all my friends and the internet were buzzing about it so I finally agreed to put it on my watch list. Months later, I finally got around to watching it and I really enjoyed it!

The ten-episode docuseries follows Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippin, Dennis Rodman, and the rest of the Chicago Bulls in the 1990s on their quest for multiple NBA championships.

Since I don’t follow the NBA that closely and most of the games happened before I was born, I genuinely didn’t know whether or not the Bulls would win each of the games they highlighted.

Even if you aren’t a sports fan, or even if you don’t really care that much about the Chicago Bulls like me, The Last Dance is presented in a way where you can’t help but root for them and get sucked into the highs and lows of their pursuit of greatness.

Not only are the clips from NBA games entertaining, the interpersonal relationships between the players, coaches, and management makes for great drama.

While the docuseries does humanize Michael Jordan, it doesn’t shy away from showing his relentless demands for excellence from his teammates and everyone around him and his fierce competitiveness that led him into a bit of gambling trouble.

Whether you’re an avid basketball fan or just a casual TV watcher in search of something that you can binge, The Last Dance has something for everyone.

If you’re like me and still haven’t watched the docuseries yet, or maybe you have seen it and are in the mood for a rewatch, all 10 episodes are now available on Netflix.

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