He isn’t one of the Greatest Basketball Players in history for nothin’.
ESPN’s 30 for 30, a documentary/TV series that looks back at sports happenings through the years, has teamed up with Netflix “to produce a 10-episode series about Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls dynasty, anchored by footage from Jordan’s last title run with the Bulls in 1997-98″, according to The Washington Post.
The trailer hints that it could also reveal parts of Jordan’s personal life.
The news has also been confirmed by The 30 for 30 Instagram page, where Jordan’s documentary is entitled “The Last Dance”. It’s set to be shown on 2019.
Jordan is a six-time NBA Champion. He was also crowned Rookie of The Year, Most Valuable Player six times, an All-Star MVP thrice and was also a two-time Olympic Gold medalist, according to NBA.com.
Michael Jordan retired from the NBA thrice – the first in 1999, the second in 2001 and the final time in 2003, according to NBA.com. He is notably remembered for playing for the Chicago Bulls, where his jersey number ’23’ was retired for his dire efforts and contributions to the team’s success.
We can’t wait to see this next year!
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