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The recent documentary The Last Dance provided insight into the Michael Jordan led Chicago Bulls. Yet there was a notable person missing from that series: Luc Longley.
Longley was the starting five centre for the Bulls and had his chance to tell his version of events in a recent profile and interview by the Australian Story tv series.
The unusual thing about this documentary is that it scored an interview with Michael Jordan. That’s not an easy thing to do for the in demand former basketballer.
Longley had felt a little hard done by for being omitted from The Last Dance, but Jordan’s interview was a nice gesture to demonstrate Longley’s important contribution to one of the greatest teams the game of basketball has seen.