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Last Dance Director Says Jordan Spit On Flu Game Pizza, Pizza Hut Manager Calls Food Poisoning Story ‘Crap’
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The former Pizza Hut assistant manager who made and delivered a pizza to Michael Jordan during the 1997 NBA Finals is calling his food poisoning story a “bunch of crap.”

'Hello, Mr. Jordan': How Young Kobe Worked Up the Nerve to Be Like Mike | Bleacher Report | Latest News, Videos and Highlights
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Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant didn't cross paths on the court often. One had already secured his legacy while the other frantically chased his silhouette by the time the pair met at the 1998 All-Star Game at Madison Square Garden...

Jeff Van Gundy on Michael Jordan, Bulls, 'The Last Dance' documentary - Sports Illustrated
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Sports Illustrated caught up with Jeff Van Gundy to discuss Michael Jordan before the premiere of ESPN's 10-part documentary, "The Last Dance."

Adam Silver Reveals Negotiations with Michael Jordan to Make 'The Last Dance' | Bleacher Report | Latest News, Videos and Highlights
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Ahead of the debut of a documentary series highlighting Michael Jordan 's final season with the Chicago Bulls in 1997-98 entitled The Last Dance , NBA Commissioner Adam Silver ...

ESPN to air 2 versions of '90s Bulls documentary Last Dance
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Everyone remembers those iconic Chicago Bulls intros from the ‘90s, with the Alan Parsons Project song and the animated bull charging through the streets of Chicago, eventually building up to the big moment when the announcer would scream: From North Carolina… MICHAELLLL FUCKING JORDAAANNN! Alright, it didn’t always happen like that, but thanks to a somewhat surprising decision from ESPN, we will at least get to hear some sweet, sweet cursing in the upcoming ‘90s Bulls documentary series Last Dance—but only if you want to. As reported by Variety, ESPN will simultaneously air two versions of the Jason Hehir-directed series, one with unedited footage of players occasionally saying bad words (Variety specifically cites “F,” “MF,” and “S,” if you can figure out the secret code), and one with the “words that are deemed scurrilous” dropped out for anyone with sensitive ears… or, you know, children.

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