‘The Last Dance’ Docuseries Scores On Netflix Outside The U.S.
May 21 2020
Otto explained that he was the head chef at a sushi restaurant in an outdoor mall beside the hotel where the Chicago Bulls were staying and said he was told the pizza came from a now-defunct bar in the same mall. I'm truly exhausted of people trying to compare LeBron to Michael when it's not even close. "It wouldn't be no six championships, I guarantee you that". "He comes over and he goes 'I think it's the Bulls and it might be one of the players.' I had been hired 3 or 4 weeks earlier as an assistant manager and I remember saying 'I'm doing it, I will make the pizza because I don't want anyone of you doing anything to it'". I pay them. I put this pizza down.
From there, Fite said that he asked if he could say hi to Mike quickly. "Sorry, we were five creepy looking guys that the guy felt threatened?"
The former Pizza Hut employee, Craig Fite, told radio station 1280 The Zone's "The Big Show" that he made and delivered the pizza to Michael Jordan himself - all while refuting it was his pizza that gave him food poisoning.
Now, since Fite insists he's the one who handled Jordan's pizza from prep to delivery that night, he's upset over accusations that the legendary "Flu Game" was all because of him.
"We are thrilled with the response from fans throughout the run of the series", Connor Schell, ESPN's executive vice president of content, said in a statement. "He said I was a snitch, but yet he still after 30, 35 years, he brings up his rookie year, going into one of his teammates rooms and seeing coke and weed and women. All this is innuendo on their part", Fite said. They had windows open.
Jordan initially accused Horace Grant, a member of the Bulls" first three-peat, of leaking information to reporter Sam Smith who released a book in 1992 called "The Jordan Rules'. "But all of that was kind of edited out of the documentary, if you want to call it a documentary".
The Last Dance director Jason Hehir responded to recent criticism and made it clear that Jordan himself was not directly involved in producing the 10-part series. Grant believe it's rooted in Jordan wanting the Bulls to draft someone else with the No. 10 pick in 1987.
"It wasn't real - because a lot of things [Jordan] said to some of his teammates - his teammates went back at him".