The Ave Podcast – After The Dance, Part IV

The Ave Podcast with Cal Cee. Episode 113: After The Dance, Part IV

Today on The Ave Podcast, we are presenting “After The Dance”. A post-show podcast edition inspired by ESPN/Netflix latest docu-series “The Last Dance”, based on Michael Jordan & the Chicago Bulls teams of the 90s. On Part IV of the “After The Dance”, I’m joined by Director/Filmmaker Peter-John Kerr, as we discuss Parts 7 & 8 of the documentary. We break down Jordan’s first retirement & how it affected culture, how his life was affected after his father’s murder, his return back to the NBA, Scottie Pippen quitting on his teammates during the 1994 NBA Playoffs, and much, much more.

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The Ave Podcast with Cal Cee // Episode 113

SEEKING PERFECTION. Michael Jordan was notorious for getting in his teammates' faces, but not without a reason. File photo Brian Drake/NBA Photos

(Brian Drake/NBA Photos)

 

 

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