If you’re in search of quarantine entertainment ESPN’s Michael Jordan documentary, The Last Dance, is precisely what you need. The series aims to give a definitive look at the basketball legend’s time as a player for the Chicago Bulls, and with a 10-hour runtime, it doesn’t miss a moment. Streaming buffs may bemoan the weekly format, but even without the ability to binge-watch the show has become a phenomenon. Sports fans live-tweet each episode and update their social media with personal tributes to Jordan and the ’90s era Bulls. Even celebrities are joining in on the fun: Gabrielle. Union, Tristan Thompson, and JJ Wyatt have all chimed in with their options.
Yesterday on Instagram, Cindy Crawford took things one step further with a photographic homage to the Jumpman and his teammate Dennis Rodman. In a photo taken by her husband Rande Gerber, the supermodel shared her on-court skills and some interesting trivia. “This is what happens when you take a girl from Illinois and put her in Jordans and a jersey that Dennis Rodman gave her back in the ’90s,” Crawford wrote to her followers while reminding them to tune in to ESPN’s pre-show chat.
Dressed in denim cutoffs, classic Nike Air Jordans, and the red and black Bulls home jersey bearing Rodman’s number, Crawford looked the part of super-fan. Currently, on a social media fitness kick—she uploaded clips of her old school workout videos days earlier—Crawford is uploading nostalgic posts that bring back all kinds of memories. The fashion crowd will recall the classic House of Style episode in which Rodman shared the secrets of his wild style, while NBA devotees will think of the thrill of the record-breaking 95-96 season. No matter how you look at it, the sporty shot was an inspiring tribute from one ’90s icon to another.