Video: ESPN drops 5-minute tease of ‘The Last Dance’ prior to release
We’re only days away from the release of the much-awaited “The Last Dance” ESPN docuseries. As the anticipation continues to build, ESPN has decided to release the longest trailer for the upcoming documentary yet. It’s a five-minute teaser, which turns out to be five minutes of the actual first episode.
Here it is for your viewing pleasure:
Can't wait for Sunday? Neither can we.
— ESPN (@espn) April 17, 2020
That was quite a trip, and it should only get people more excited for Sunday’s release. This teaser makes it clear that some of the narrative will revolve around former Chicago Bulls general manager Jerry Krause, who played a pivotal role in what turned out to be the end of the Michael Jordan era. The series will, of course, focus on MJ himself, but it is good to know that other key characters will also be highlighted throughout the 10-hour series.
Krause, who was at the helm for Chicago since 1985, was there during the rise of Jordan. It wasn’t until 2003 that he parted ways with the Bulls, which ironically, was also the same time Jordan retired from the NBA for good. Jordan and Krause didn’t have the most friendly relationship, and it will be interesting to see how that relationship actually functioned from a very in-depth perspective.
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