If you're enjoying The Last Dance as much as most, it will have tickled your fancy to go back and watch the key games in NBA finals through the '90s.
We have pulled together the best matches for your delight and delectation: all of the main games from the Chicago Bulls' championships: 1991, 1992, 1993 and the three-peat, 1996, 1997 and Jordan's final season in 1998.
1991 NBA Finals - Game Five v LA Lakers
As Magic Johnson passed the proverbial baton to Michael Jordan, and as Scottie Pippen's full-court press pushed Johnson the periphery, the Bulls and Jordan won their first championship after seven years for Jordan himself. A brilliant watch.
1992 NBA Finals - Game Six v Portland Trail Blazers
If you enjoyed doing something, why not do it again? Take in Jordan and the Bulls' decisive match against Clyde Drexler, who seems to age about fifteen years in four quarters. The Bulls do two in a row.
1993 NBA Finals - Game Six v Phoenix Suns
Unless you are the little smart-ass saying "Don't take it personally, Charles!" then it would have given some satisfaction seeing the Suns come back into this series, led by talisman Charles Barkley. Barkley has that steely-eyed drive that Michael Jordan has and it is worth taking in just what they managed to do - this is the final game of that series. Barkley says there is not shame in being beaten by Jordan during The Last Dance: "outdrawn by the fastest gun.."
1996 NBA Finals - Game six v Seattle SuperSonics
Jordan got his fourth Finals MVP award, at the fourth time of trying. Having lost the first three games, it looked as if Seattle would be swept but, to their great credit, the SuperSonics got back into the series with two wins to bring it to game six. We'll let Michael take it from here...
1997 NBA Finals: Bulls v Utah Jazz - Game Six
The Bulls had stormed into a 12-0 lead during the regular season, putting them on course for 70 wins. After injuries, they managed 69. They met Utah Jazz in the finals, here is game six:
The Last Dance - Game Six v Utah Jazz
We'll try and keep the spoilers to a minimum: