'The Last Dance': Michael Jordan's stories affected by how much he drank?

Alex Shapiro
NBC Sports Chicago

ESPN's "The Last Dance" debut was a smash hit on Sunday night, with seemingly the entire sports world tuning in and sharing their thoughts. There have been tweets, think pieces and even entire "SportsCenter" blocks dedicated to breaking down the first two episodes.

But "Unnamed Temporary Sports Blog" took the sauciest angle so far.

They analyzed all of the stories Michael Jordan shared by how much liquid was left in the tumbler by his side. The categories: Mostly Full Glass, Half Full (or Half Empty Glass) and Mostly Empty Glass.

While we really don't know what MJ was drinking, UTSB deduces it was an extra aƱejo tequila. Whatever it is, booze is probably a safe bet.

So did how much MJ drank affect the sauciness of his stories (or vice versa)? According to UTSB, yes! For instance, one of Jordan's biggest shots, when he called Scottie Pippen "selfish" for delaying his surgery to the start of the 1997-98 season, came with a "Mostly Empty Glass."

Armed with this knowledge, will you start paying more attention to how much MJ had to drink during Episodes 3 and 4?

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'The Last Dance': Michael Jordan's stories affected by how much he drank? originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago

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