In case you’ve been living under a rock, “The Last Dance” documentary series on ESPN has become must-watch television every Sunday night, largely due to the lack of sports amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Each weekend, wildly entertaining stories about Michael Jordan and the 90s Bulls come out and give fans something to talk about during quarantine.
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On Monday, comedian Gary Vider shared his own personal Michael Jordan story about how he and his father scammed their way into seeing the Bulls play at Madison Square Garden numerous times between 1993 and 1997, including Jordan’s famous “double-nickel” when he scored 55 points against the Knicks in 1995.
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