Chicago Bulls: 3 best moments from ‘The Last Dance’ finale night

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The final two parts of the Chicago Bulls 1997-98 title team docuseries “The Last Dance” premiered on May 17, with more great moments from former players.

The last two parts of the hyped up 10-part ESPN/ABC/Netflix documentary series highlighting the Chicago Bulls 1997-98 title-winning team “The Last Dance” were released on May 17. To cap a weekend in which some sports were returning around the globe, including German soccer and NASCAR, The Last Dance was a great way to round out.

These two last parts of The Last Dance were two of the best to premier to date. And they started by focusing on the 1998 Eastern Conference Finals between the Bulls and divisional foe Indiana Pacers, along with the 1997 NBA Finals against the Utah Jazz. There were two finals series that saw the Bulls take on the Jazz. And the Pacers really pushed the Bulls to the brink during the conference finals in 1998.

Once the docuseries got through the 1997 finals and 1998 conference finals, it finally got to the famed 1998 NBA Finals series against the Jazz. The Bulls would be triumphent over the Jazz in a six-game series for the second year in a row. And that would give the Bulls their sixth title of the decade, and third in a row.

This special Bulls team would be pulled apart by former general manager Jerry Krause during the 1998 offseason. All of the biggest pieces of those three title teams in the late 1990’s for the Bulls were gone by the start of the 1998-99 season, maybe barring legendary sixth man Toni Kukoc.

Here’s a deeper look into the three best moments of the final night of the 1997-98 Bulls team docuseries The Last Dance.