By Jay Rich
Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer
The Chicago Bulls defined sports, in the 1990s, led by Michael Jordan, winning six championships in eight years. Their dynasty actually began in the 1980s, though. By now, everybody knows the story, as the Bulls had their struggles against the Pistons, before breaking through.
Michael Jordan led the first three-peat, before his first retirement, returning in time to lose to the Orlando Magic, in 1995. That would be the final MJ Bulls playoff loss, as they won another three-peat. This run began with the then-record 72-10 season.
In 1998, it all ended with Michael Jordan’s epic shot, in Utah, for Game 6. Now, all of this is being relived, the 1998 season, that is, in The Last Dance, ESPN’s documentary about the final MJ/Scottie Pippen/Dennis Rodman/Phil Jackson season. This morning, Jordan spoke with Robin Roberts about the documentary.
Watch the entire interview below:
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