'The Last Dance' Tries To Cut Through All The Bulls In the mid-1990s, sports teams didn't get any bigger than the Chicago Bulls. Led by supermegastar Michael Jordan, the Bulls won six NBA championships in eight years. And now, ESPN is presenting a ten-part documentary series all about them. The Last Dance follows the Bulls' final championship season, and it dips back into history to look at how the dynasty was made. Plus, what's making us happy this week.
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'The Last Dance' Tries To Cut Through All The Bulls

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'The Last Dance' Tries To Cut Through All The Bulls

'The Last Dance' Tries To Cut Through All The Bulls

'The Last Dance' Tries To Cut Through All The Bulls

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Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls celebrate following Game Five of the 1991 NBA Finals on June 12, 1991. Andrew D. Bernstein/NBAE/Getty Images hide caption

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Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls celebrate following Game Five of the 1991 NBA Finals on June 12, 1991.

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In the mid-1990s, sports teams didn't get any bigger than the Chicago Bulls. Led by supermegastar Michael Jordan, the Bulls won six NBA championships in eight years. And now, ESPN is presenting a ten-part documentary series all about them. The Last Dance follows the Bulls' final championship season, and it dips back into history to look at how the dynasty was made.

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The audio was produced and edited by Mike Katzif and Jessica Reedy.