ESPN’s 10-part documentary series was more than just a trip down memory lane, it was a much-needed breather from our worldwide crisis that has toppled our everyday lives and forced us to question if a resurrection of our previous way of life is even possible.
“The Last Dance” has concluded, but the after party has continued through this week.
Here, all in one place, is our retrospective coverage of each of the Chicago Bulls’ championship years in the 1990s, which we did to preview “The Last Dance” documentary.
The Thursday before the All-Star Game an impressive collection of media and celebrities converged in Chicago with Wade and the filmmakers who followed the NBA legend for over a decade.
Yearly, the NBA gears itself up with its greatest talents to provide a memorable showcase for lovers of basketball. This year, the league’s scope is arguably as wide as its ever been on its best holiday.
Walton’s endless (and sometimes confusing) brand of optimism could be the last ingredient to make this current era of White Sox ball transcend all others before it.
Playing meaningful baseball games before April 1 is stupid, its even more stupid to play some of those games in Chicago, where it will certainly snow and force the Sox’s opener at least to be actually played in June or July.
Seriously, the Bears came from a 2018 season without many holes and still managed in the past several months to solve most of the lingering questions marks from a division-winning roster.
The emotion Rose provoked in the city, in Bulls fans was illuminating — so much could be learned by the observance of what fueled that emotion and what dividing lines were exposed as disappointment and frustration became twin pillars of his career.
Who cares if the average North Sider has to dig more into their pockets just to see the team they love? To see the Cubs win used to be a blessing, pretty soon to see the team at all will be yet another division based on class and resource.