'Last Dance' Series is Too Biased and Pro-Michael Jordan to Take Seriously

Ben Maller: "Do you believe that Michael Jordan retired on his own and that he was not pushed out to go play professional baseball? I do NOT. I don't believe Jordan retired on his own. That's ridiculous, and this documentary does NOT change my opinion." (Full Video Above)

Listen to Ben Maller explain why he’s not buying ESPN’s ‘The Last Dance’ documentary when it comes to last week’s episode that delved into the shocking retirement of Michael Jordan after the 1992-1993 season.

Episodes 7 and 8 were perhaps the most highly anticipated of the series, as many wondered how they would tackle Jordan’s dark history of gambling in an episode that would also include his father’s murder, and his sudden retirement from the NBA... Three dominoes that fell in a line that have spurred conspiracy theories for decades.

Check out the video above as Maller details why even the biggest Jordan fanboys should be taking this documentary with a grain of salt, as Jordan, of course, has final say on all the content.

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