Top Stars From The Last Dance Documentary Series

The Last Dance is arguably the most popular documentary series ever produced by ESPN. It chronicles the rise of one of America’s greatest sports dynasties, the 1990s Chicago Bulls. Many of the stars of the 10-part series are available for appearances, speaking engagements, virtual meetings, meet and greets and more. These former Chicago Bulls legends are great personalities to have speak about topics like leadership, determination and perseverance, qualities that all led to their place in sports history. 

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B.J. Armstrong was a three-time NBA champion with the Michael Jordan-led Chicago Bulls.  Armstrong spent his first six seasons in Chicago and became known as a three-point marksman.  He led...

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Bill Cartwright played college basketball at the University of San Francisco. He ended his college career averaging 19.1 points and 10.2 rebounds per game. Thanks in part to his success in college, Bi...

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Bill Wennington was a vital part of perhaps the greatest spectacle to ever grace an NBA court, the 1990s Chicago Bulls.  Wennington won three NBA titles with the Michael Jordan-led Bulls.  H...

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Charles Oakley was one of the most physical and intimidating basketball players of his era. Oakley attended Virginia Union University where he played basketball from 1981-85. The Cleveland Cavaliers s...

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Known for his tenacity on defense and strong rebounding skills, Dennis Rodman had one of the most memorable basketball careers in recent memory. During his 15 year NBA career he played for the Pistons...

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Doug Collins is a retired NBA shooting guard and head coach who played nine seasons in the league and last coached with the Philadelphia 76ers. As a player, Collins got his start at Illinois State Uni...

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Horace Grant is a retired NBA center who played 17 seasons for four different teams. Grant rose to prominence in college, as he was a star player for Clemson University. After four seasons at Clemson,...

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Due his nearly three decades as a player, coach and executive with the organization, John Paxson is truly a Chicago Bulls legend. Paxson first became known to basketball fans everywhere as a two-time...

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Jud Buechler has had a lengthy playing and coaching career in the NBA, but he is best known as a key role player on the late-1990's Chicago Bulls team. Buechler was part of Chicago's second three-peat...

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Phil Jackson, is widely considered to be the greatest NBA coach of all-time.  As a head coach Jackson led the Chicago Bulls to six NBA Championships and the Los Angeles Lakers to five more, addin...

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Born and raised in Dayton, OH, Ron Harper stayed close to home and attended Miami (OH) University to play college basketball for the Redhawks. Harper was a four year starter for the Redhawks, leading...

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Scott Burrell has devoted much of his life to basketball, but he will forever be linked to one season of his lengthy playing career. Burrell was a member of the Chicago Bulls during Michael Jordan's l...

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Scottie Pippen is one of the greatest NBA players of all-time. Known best for his days playing alongside Michael Jordan on the Chicago Bulls, Pippen joined the Bulls in 1987 as a first round pick out...

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Steve Kerr is currently the head coach for the Golden State Warriors. In addition, he was a former NBA player and 5-time NBA Champion, winning championships with the Chicago Bulls and the San Antonio...

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Toni Kuckoc is a retired professional basketball player. He spent time on the court playing in five different positions over his long career thanks to his versatility, prowess, vision, and passing abi...