NBA Chicago Bulls basketball legend Michael Jordan spent the weekend at a restaurant on the French Riviera When a local DJ played the song “Sirius” by the Alan Parsons Project, the iconic song that introduced Jordan to the Chicago Bulls during his time with the team.
This former player who just turned 60 years old, He still gets excited when he hears the theme song from The Allen Parsons Project as it serves as the intro to every Chicago Bulls game. The team he belonged to played for 13 seasons.
Jordan’s reaction is a clear example of this, as the energetic song continues to inspire emotion in the NBA legend and remind him of his identification with the Bulls.
Accompanied by his wife Yvette Prieto, she experienced the surprise firsthand, Jordan listened to this famous song, and his heart was filled with emotion and happiness. He then expressed his gratitude for the actions and reactions of those present who also enjoyed the moment, which was recorded and published by one of the diners present.
There is no doubt that this musical theme continues to give basketball fans that still-present feeling of happiness that was a hallmark of Michael Jordan’s Chicago Bulls. In the 1990s, he won six NBA championships under the guidance of MJ, Scottie Pippen, Dennis Rodman and others..
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