Arguably the biggest current sporting event isn't a sporting event at all.
"The Last Dance," ESPN's 10-part documentary on the Chicago Bulls' final championship season in 1998, has captured the sports world by storm during the coronavirus shutdown.
Each hour-long episode dives into the makeup of the Bulls dynasty, including Michael Jordan's alpha-dog competitiveness, Scottie Pippen's eyebrow-raising contract, Dennis Rodman's 48-hour trip to Las Vegas with then-girlfriend Carmen Electra, Phil Jackson's coaching background and the infamous Jerry Krause as the general manager. (Oh, and the time Steve Kerr took a punch to the eye from Jordan during practice after standing up for himself).
If you could have a Last Dance-style documentary about any Arizona team in history, which one are you choosing?— The Wildcaster (@TheWildcaster) May 13, 2020
"The Last Dance" is must-see TV, and so the Star asked readers: If you could watch a documentary about any Arizona Wildcats team in history, which one would it be? Here were some of the answers:
1987-88 Final Four team
2013-14 Elite Eight team
2000-01 UA basketball team that lost to Duke in national championship
National championship UA baseball team in 2012
The 12-1 Holiday Bowl football team in 1998
1986 national championship baseball team
1975-76 UA basketball team that won the WAC championship
2014-15 Elite Eight team
2010-11 Elite Eight team
Most popular answer: 1997 national championship squad
To submit your answer, reply to The Wildcaster's tweet here.
Contact sports content producer Justin Spears at 573-4312 or email@example.com. On Twitter @justinesports
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