Michael Jordan’s Last Dance

Michael Jordan’s Last Dance

The Athletic’s NBA scribe Michael Lee joins the show again to talk about Last Dance, a documentary on Michael Jordan and the ’98 Chicago Bulls.

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This week we talk to friend of the show Michael Lee about Last Dance, a documentary on Michael Jordan and the ’98 Chicago Bulls. We talk about the NBA of the ’90s, Michael Jordan’s drive to be great, and why people continue to be fascinated by MJ.

We also have some Choice Words about WWE and its decision to resume live programming in the midst of the coronavirus. In addition, we have Just Stand Up and Just Sit Down awards to Megan Rapinoe for her fantastic livestream with W. Kamau Bell, and Trump’s committee to reopen sports. All that and more on this week’s Edge of Sports!

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