Talk about taking a shot at LeBron. 

The much-anticipated Michael Jordan documentary by ESPN is set to air this evening, which will give an all-access look at the 1997-98 Chicago Bulls in Jordan’s last year with the team.

The footage was always there, after being recorded by an NBA Entertainment crew during the season, but it couldn’t be released without Jordan’s permission.

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So, the footage remained in the NBA’s archives for almost two decades, untouched.

Apparently when LeBron James celebrated his third NBA championship after winning it all in 2016 with the Cleveland Cavaliers Jordan decided it was time to release the footage. 

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