Coming off the success of The Last Dance, ESPN will air an exclusive premiere of Game 6: The Movie showcasing the iconic 1998 NBA Finals game between the Chicago Bulls and Utah Jazz. Game 6: The Movie will air at 9 p.m. ET.
For the first time ever, the legendary game will be available to watch in high definition. Game 6: The Movie will feature exclusive, never-before-seen footage captured by five different NBA Entertainment cameras and the original live commentary by Bob Costas, Isiah Thomas, Doug Collins, Ahmad Rashad and Jim Gray
“Rarely, if ever, do you have the opportunity to showcase one of the most storied games in NBA history in an innovative, new presentation that includes never-before-seen material that takes fans further inside the action,” said Connor Schell, ESPN Executive Vice President of Content. “Game 6: The Movie is an exciting, creative way to deliver even more enjoyment to basketball fans after reliving the journey of the 1997-98 Chicago Bulls in The Last Dance. This material, which was captured on film, has existed in the NBA archives for 22 years and we are very grateful to our colleagues at NBA Entertainment and Winik Media for this incredible opportunity.”
Here’s how to watch
Game 6: The Movie will air Wednesday, May 20 at 9 p.m. ET, after a re-airing of episodes 9 and 10 of The Last Dance at 7 p.m. and 8 p.m. ET.
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