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ESPN SHARED A FIVE-MINUTE sneak peek in the first episode of 'The Last Dance'

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Only two days until ESPN releases The Last Documentary featuring the success of the Chicago Bulls during the 1997/98 season. Unfortunately, the games have been canceled for a month now with little sign of return in the next couple of weeks. That means this documentary will most definitely be refreshing and one of the most expected basketball-related content in 2020.

ESPN decided to release five minutes insert from the first episode, which looks excellent and will most definitely keep the fans wanting more. In these five minutes, you could immediately see that the documentary is not focused only on the players but also on front-office, most specifically Jerry Krause, who was the Bulls GM during that period. The clip also gives more context around Krause and the fact he was, in a way, jealous of the players who were taking all the credit in success. Krause thought he wasn't appreciated enough.

The first episode is airing at 9 p.m. EST on ESPN, and the good news is that the second episode will air immediately after the first one.

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