CHICAGO (UNITED STATES) – "The Last Dance" , the documentary about Michael Jordan's last year at the Chicago Bulls, has been released on Netflix .
When he arrived at the Bulls, the young Jordan was catapulted into one of the worst realities of the NBA .
Before his arrival, the Bulls had won nothing, nobody went to town to see them and total indiscipline reigned in the locker room.
Jordan himself spoke of this and much more in a documentary he is already discussing.
“When I got to Chicago, I found a real disaster. The players did nothing but party.
I was from college, I had never seen anything like it. There was everything, strips of cocaine, marijuana and alcohol in rivers and many many women …
As soon as I saw all this, I made a decision: I would never have participated in such things.
I was in Chicago to make an athlete life. I just had to think about basketball and my career.
So in a short time I became the star of the team but to win a title I had to wait seven years.
The arrival in the team of coach Phil Jackson and Scottie Pippen was decisive and for me it was the perfect number two ".
With the Bulls, Jordan has won six NBA titles (1991, 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997 and 1998).
Jordan also won two Olympics with the American basketball team.
He is considered the strongest player in the history of basketball and also boasts numerous prizes on an individual level.
Jordan ended his interview with a big regret.
“After we had won the sixth title, we all wanted to go on together, with coach Phil Jackson but the company decided to send us all away to start a re-foundation.
It was a great injustice because we had the right to play it until someone took away the NBA title. "
Source: Blitz Quotidiano