One of the main highlights of Sunday’s finale of “The Last Dance” centered around Michael Jordan’s final shot for the Chicago Bulls in Game 6 of the 1998 NBA Finals against the Utah Jazz.

As we all know, MJ hit the game-winner over Jazz guard Byron Russell in what easily one of the most iconic moments of Jordan’s career.

In the said “The Last Dance” episode, some of Jordan’s teammates were asked about what was going through their minds at that exact moment. Unsurprisingly, former Bulls stars Scottie Pippen and Dennis Rodman did not disappoint with their equally epic responses.

Both Pippen and Rodman — and perhaps the rest of the world, really — knew what was going to happen. As soon as Jordan swiped that Ball from Karl Malone from the other end of the floor, there was only going to be one outcome.

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Since he is Michael Jordan, His Airness absolutely delivered. He beautifully hit that jumper over a hapless Russell en route to winning Chicago’s second three-peat — their sixth championship in eight seasons.

Pippen and Rodman already knew beforehand that a moment of greatness was about to unravel right before their eyes, and both were wise enough to get out of the way and let Jordan do his thing. Boy, did that decision pay dividends.

Unfortunately, it also officially marked the end of “The Last Dance” journey. What a tremendous experience it was, and it was definitely great while it lasted. The big question on everybody’s mind right now is this, however: what do we do now?