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Richaun Holmes is definitely enjoying the documentary.

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ESPN’s documentary, “The Last Dance,” has been discussed a lot since airing the first two episodes last week.

With the COVID-19 outbreak keeping the sports world at standstill, people young and old are sharing their opinions on Michael Jordan and the 90s Chicago Bulls.

A few Sacramento Kings players, present and past were tweeting while the documentary was airing earlier today:

Richaun Holmes:

Buddy Hield is taking ideas from Dennis Rodman:

Marvin Bagley saying what we all feel:

Former King Isiah Thomas:

Former King Vernon Maxwell:

We will count Caron Butler as a former King, even though he only played 17 games.

Yahoo! Sports with a good tweet featuring Mike Bibby:

The first four episodes have been very entertaining, giving us a fascinating perspective of what made Jordan click.

Jordan dominated the Kings during his time in Chicago, with the Bulls beating Sacramento 17 out of the 20 times the teams met.

The Kings did great against the Bulls without MJ. The team’s first season in Sacramento was 1985-86, when they beat Chicago in both meetings, which Jordan missed due to injury.

When Jordan was playing baseball, the Kings won three out of four meetings against the Scottie Pippen led Bulls.

What do you think of the first four episodes of the documentary?