Chicago Bulls: 3 most anticipated ‘The Last Dance’ future guests

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Two of the best and most emotional parts of “The Last Dance” docuseries chronicling the 1997-98 Chicago Bulls should be coming on May 3.

The guest list that was interviewed in the four parts released of the 10-part ESPN/ABC documentary series called “The Last Dance”, featuring the 1997-98 Chicago Bulls title-winning team, is really impressive so far. Pretty much every significant member of the Bulls 1997-98 title team, and a good portion of the cast from the prior dynasty squads, was interviewed at least a few times in the first four parts of the docuseries.

On May 3, the next set of interviewees will become known with the premier of parts five and six. There will only be two more weekends of parts to The Last Dance after May 3.

We will officially be at the halfway mark at the end of part five. It’s hard to believe that a docuseries that was this hyped up is going by this quick. That just might be what happens where there’s no other sports to watch right now due to the novel coronavirus pandemic.

The esteemed guest list for the first four parts of The Last Dance thus far included obviously all-time great shooting guard Michael Jordan (the focal point of the docuseries), head coach Phil Jackson, former presidents like Barack Obama and Bill Clinton, and other NBA legends like Magic Johnson and Larry Bird.

Who else will be to come?

As the focuses change for the next six parts remaining in the docuseries, there should be more and more esteemed guests that appear that haven’t yet in the first four parts.

Here’s a look into three of the potentially most anticipated special guests that still have yet to appear on the 10-part docuseries The Last Dance.

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