Gatorade has teamed up with the National Basketball Association to live stream MJ’s latest game with the Chicago Bulls in 1998.
June, 13, 1998 – Chicago Bulls 87 – 86 Utah Jazz
Game 6 of the NBA Playoffs in 1998 will stay in history forever. The Chicago Bulls have won their sixth NBA title, completing their second three-peats in just 7 years. But game 6 will be remembered for something even bigger: it was Michael Jordan’s last game as a Chicago Bull. Legend.
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Surfing on the hype of ESPN’s blockbuster series “The Last Dance” – The documentary that follows the Bulls’ 1997-98 season from start to finish – Gatorade has teamed up with Twitter to live stream game 6 of the 1998 NBA Finals, and what happened to be MJ’s last game with his team.
The live watch party will be hosted by Ahmad Rashad Monday (May 18) and start at 8:30 p.m. ET. on the NBA’s official Twitter account.
Monday night’s #NBATogetherLive classic game will feature Game 6 of the 1998 #NBAFinals between the @chicagobulls & @utahjazz!
We’re streaming it live & watching together right here on @NBA at 8:30pm/et! #Game6Live pic.twitter.com/MKnhPgX47U
— NBA (@NBA) May 18, 2020
During the live steam, adding #Game6Live to tweets about the game will generate a hashtag-triggered emoji. Gatorade has also made available a collection of “Be Like Mike” GIFs that can be used to comment on the game.
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