'The Last Dance' Episode 10: Fans pays tearful tribute to a team that was the GOAT in the 90s

Two three-peats. That's how they are remembered and 'The Last Dance' captured the riveting journey of Michael Jordan & Co. by highlighting every detail — major and minor


                            'The Last Dance' Episode 10: Fans pays tearful tribute to a team that was the GOAT in the 90s
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Spoilers for 'The Last Dance' Episode 10

The best ever roster of players to have represented the Chicago Bulls were the ones who were part of the '98 season. Six NBA Championships. Two three-peats. That's how they are remembered. And 'The Last Dance' captured the riveting journey of Michael Jordan & Co. by highlighting every detail— major and minor. By the time the credits rolled in after Episode 10, fans were in tears. Tributes were paid not just by Bulls fans, but even by those who watched the docuseries without prior knowledge of the sport. 

"The greatest of all time there is no debate about this," wrote a fan while the term "GOAT" was probably the most tweeted. Team Manager Jerry Krause received flak for making a decision that would never bring the Bulls team back after the '98 season. "Jerry messed you a least 1 more ring," a fan wrote. "Bring back a good team!" exclaimed another. "Ain't won since... Probably should have resigned them all," felt one fan. 

"Chicago in the 90s.The best time to come of age!! We knew we were part of something special. Miss those days," a fan said reliving the good old days. "Those teams weren't a joke," a fan wrote looking at all the competition the Bulls had. "Should have been more, Jerry R should have never allowed it to end," remarked a fan. "And not even a sniff at it in the last 20yrs" seconded another. 

"Why rebuild when you had gold in your hands. #TheLastDance #JordanCurse the #Bulls." asked a fan. "This was for the fans. You guys need to go build a team that's at least half as good," a fan tweeted. "GOAT franchise noting but respect for y’all," read one of the tweets. The final moments of the docuseries saw Jordan explain that the team would have come back for a seventh attempt had the management asked. This was a team that still had potential. However, it wasn't to be as the Bulls entered a rebuilding phase. With Episode 10, 'The Last Dance' concludes airing on ESPN and will be available on Netflix soon.

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