Jason Hehir

director, “The Last Dance”

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Michael Jordan led the Chicago Bulls to six championships in eight years during the 1990s.

‘The Last Dance’ docuseries shows how Michael Jordan saved the Chicago Bulls

Michael Jordan led the Chicago Bulls to six championships in eight years during the 1990s.

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In a time when live sports are benched indefinitely, “The Last Dance” has been a lifeline for ESPN.

‘The Last Dance’ series on Michael Jordan: Jason Hehir hustled to release it during pandemic

In a time when live sports are benched indefinitely, “The Last Dance” has been a lifeline for ESPN.

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Michael Jordan led the Chicago Bulls to six championships in eight years during the 1990s.

‘The Last Dance’ docuseries shows how Michael Jordan saved the Chicago Bulls

Michael Jordan led the Chicago Bulls to six championships in eight years during the 1990s.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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