"The Last Dance" has run its course.
NBA players past and present tuned in Sunday night for Episodes 9 and 10, the final two entries in the documentary series on the Chicago Bulls of the Michael Jordan era.
Episode 9 explored Chicago's triumph over the Utah Jazz for the 1997 title, including the revelation that Jordan didn't have the flu during his infamous "Flu Game" - it was actually food poisoning from a pizza he ate in Utah.
The penultimate episode also touched on Steve Kerr's upbringing, including the tragic death of his father Malcolm in 1984. It then revisited Kerr's game-winner against the Jazz in Game 6 of the 1997 Finals, which secured Chicago's fifth NBA championship since 1991.
A hugely popular moment in Episode 10 reminded viewers of when Dennis Rodman ditched the Bulls in the middle of the '98 Finals to make an appearance with World Championship Wrestling.
Naturally, Episode 10 culminated with Jordan's historic Game 6 winner over Bryon Russell, which earned Chicago its sixth NBA title and second three-peat of the decade.
Once the finale ended, players praised the 10-part documentary and Jordan's legacy with the franchise.