Amid the COVD-19 pandemic, all of America is stuck spending their afternoons at home for the foreseeable future. Per the resounding request of fans, ESPN made the whole ordeal a little bit easier by announcing that the upcoming Michael Jordan Documentary "The Last Dance" would be moved up to April 19th.
No doubt, the sports world is excited to get a behind-the-scenes look at that iconic Bulls team. But it's also rather heartbreaking because of someone who will be making an appearance during the program: the late Kobe Bean Bryant.
In an exclusive trailer, Bryant is announced as one of the guests who appeared on the show. It's his first "appearance" since his death in January.
Obviously, we know that Kobe had profound respect for Jordan. In fact, he implemented many of the moves used by the Chicago legend into his own game. He had that same drive and passion for the game that Jordan did. To this day, Kobe Bean is considered by many to be the closest player to Jordan we've ever seen.
One can only imagine what the Mamba had to say about the GOAT and how he impacted the game. Fortunately, we only have to wait a few more days before we get to find out...