Sports fans were able to relive the last season of the Chicago Bulls dynasty in the series “The Last Dance”. Now they can relive game six of the 1998 NBA Finals in a whole new way.
On Sunday May 24, fans can watch Sportsnet to watch Game 6: The movie, a two and a half hour film production of the decisive Chicago championship win over Utah Jazz. The show (8:30 p.m. ET / 5:30 p.m. PT) will feature new footage captured by NBA Entertainment cameras 22 years ago and commentary on the original game by Bob Costas, Isiah Thomas, Doug Collins, Ahmad Rashad and Jim Gris.
The Bulls beat the Jazz 87-86 to win their sixth NBA title in eight seasons. Michael Jordan struck the winning streak with less than six seconds to complete a historic streak of six NBA finals, six league wins and six NBA MVP trophies.
“Jordan. Open. CHICAGO WITH THE WIRE. ”Championship no. 6 never doubted. #TheLastDance (@nba)
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The Bulls dynasty was dismantled the following summer, with head coach Phil Jackson and stars Scottie Pippen, Dennis Rodman and Steve Kerr among those who left, making this match against Jazz the last time that fans would see the Bulls in the playoffs until 2005. Jordan would step down (for the second time) in January 1999, before returning later to play with the Washington Wizards.