Michael Jordan to donate ‘Last Dance’ income to charity

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Arguably the greatest basketball player of all time, Michael ‘Air’ Jordan reportedly declined his benefit for the 10-part documentary series ‘Last Dance’ as he chose to give the estimated $3-$4 million income to charity.

The anticipated series entitled ‘Last Dance’ is about an all access documentary to the 1997-1998 Chicago Bulls team on their quest for their second three-peat and the last time they will share the court as teammates and coaches.

It was supposed to be aired in the later date but due to the pandemic coronavirus, the hype for the series went so high that the ESPN and Netflix opened the series earlier.

Episode one and two rolled out last April 19 3pm in Philippine time. NBA players reacted to the series with such passion as it reached 6.1 million viewers on its debut.

New episodes will be uploaded weekly and the fans can’t wait to watch the next chapter as they saw, the millennials, how great Jordan was.