Luc Longley and the 'missing chapter' of the Last Dance

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Born 1969, Luc Longley is an Australian professional basketball coach and former player. He was the first Australian to play in the National Basketball Association.
In the NBA, Longley played for four teams over 10 seasons. His best years were with the Chicago Bulls. Longley won three titles with the Bulls as part of the second three-peat from 1996 to 1998.
During his career, Longley represented Australia as a player at the Olympic Games in 1988, 1992, and 2000.
Longley was an important component of the team's success and stayed in the Bulls' starting lineup during their championship three-peat. Following the demise of the Bulls after their 1998 championship win, he had brief stints with the Phoenix Suns and New York Knicks.
This documentary tells his missing story from the Last Dance.

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