Up until the end of the 2015-2016 season, the Chicago Bulls were remembered as the best team in the history of the NBA league. During the 1995-1995 season, the first one after Michael Jordan came back after retirement, the Bulls went 72-10 en route to a championship, MVP award for Jordan, coach of the year for Phil Jackson, and Sixth man of the year for Toni Kukoc.
But that season is no longer the best season any team in the NBA has had, courtesy of the 2015-2016 Golden State Warriors. Twenty years later, the Warriors went 73-9, topping the record of the legendary Bulls.
And while the older guys remember the legendary 96 Bulls, the younger generation hardly remembers Jordan and his dominance. Relieving the legendary season, the documentary features statements from former Bulls players, VP of basketball operations Jerry Krause, fans and TV journalists of the time.
The documentary takes a look at the regular season, but also the playoffs in which the Bulls went 12-0 en route to the Finals. There, they dropped 2 games to the Seattle Supersonics, but won the championship.