Chicago Six-Times Episode 5: Bulls defeat Jazz as ‘The Last Dance’ wraps the end of an era with second three-peat

Rick Telander and Richard Roeper recap Sunday’s finale of “The Last Dance” with a discussion of Episodes 9 and 10.

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Chicago Bulls’ Michael Jordan, left, holds the Most Valuable Player trophy as coach Phil Jackson holds the NBA Championship trophy after the Bulls defeated the Utah Jazz 87-86 in Game 6 of the NBA Finals in Salt Lake City, Sunday, June 14, 1998.

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Sunday’s airing of ESPN’s “The Last Dance” concluded with episodes nine and ten. Listen to hosts Richard Roeper and Rick Telander relive the unusually loud cacophony of fans, horns and ambience in the Delta Center and their take on where this particular series lives in the history of sports documentaries.

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