The Last Dance, a 10-episode docuseries that focuses on the 1997-98 Chicago Bulls, premieres Sunday, April 19 on ESPN. A television event based on Michael Jordan and the 1990s Chicago Bulls dynasty would do well in any situation, but especially while we have zero sports during the COVID-19 pandemic, and with the docuseries already having rave reviews after nearly two years of hype. The Last Dance will have massive viewership numbers and be one of the most talked about things in the — empty, aside from the NFL Draft — sports world in the coming weeks.

The docuseries will provide us with plenty of new information on the ’90s Bulls (especially the 1997-98 team), but let’s test your knowledge on the dynasty ahead of the premiere.


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