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NBA players react to The Last Dance documentary

In this 14 June 1998 file photo, Michael Jordan (L

SALT LAKE CITY, UNITED STATES: In this 14 June 1998 file photo, Michael Jordan (L) holds the NBA Finals Most Valuable Player trophy and former Chicago Bulls head coach Phil Jackson holds the NBA champions Larry O’Brian trophy 14 June after winning game six of the NBA Finals with the Utah Jazz at the Delta Center in Salt Lake City, UT. The Bulls won the game 87-86 to take their sixth NBA championship. Jackson left the Bulls following the 1998 season and 12 January reports indicate that Jordan plans to announce his retirement at a 13 January news conference in Chicago. AFP PHOTO/FILES/Jeff HAYNES (Photo credit should read JEFF HAYNES/AFP via Getty Images)

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NBA players are just like you and me:

They are stuck at home and Sunday night were glued to the television for the first two episodes of The Last Dance documentary on the 1997-98 Chicago Bulls and Michael Jordan’s final title.

Just like you and me, they had reactions — and not just laughing at Barack Obama being titled “former Chicago resident.” Players took to Twitter including Damian Lillard, Dwyane Wade, Rudy Gobert, CJ McCollum, and more. Here are their reactions.