Michael Jordan and the 90s Bulls are considered one of the best teams in NBA history. In their prime, they dominated an entire decade, winning six Championships in eight seasons. They beat just about everyone and never lost a single Finals series.
It's fair to say that they ruled that era with an iron fist -- and Jordan knew it. Following their final title win, footage of a drunken MJ was captured bragging about his unprecedented success.
It was at this moment where MJ and that team must've felt like they were on the top of the world. As they blazed their historic path, they took out really good opponents like the Jazz, Pacers, Pistons, Lakers, and Suns. They prevented many stars from winning a ring, including guys like Karl Malone, Charles Barkley, Dikembe Mutombo, Penny Hardaway, and Patrick Ewing.
They were unstoppable and basically nothing could stand in their way.
Of course, their final Championship was also their last run together. At the end of the 1998 season, coach Jackson moved on, Jordan retired, and the dynasty ultimately collapsed.
But what they were able to accomplish over the course of their run was nothing short of extraordinary. They made history and blazed a trail of dominance that has gone unmatched even to this day. We are getting a detailed look at their story, thanks to this "Last Dance" documentary.