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Michael Jordan makes room for (fake) “30 for 30” about “The Office” boss Michael Scott

ESPN is pulling out all the stops in promotion of The Last Dance, the 10-part documentary series on Michael Jordan and the 1997-98 Chicago Bulls. A lot of people are already thinking it will be ESPN’s most-watched documentary series of all time, especially given the current television landscape and the lack of much original sports programming. The show premieres Sunday night on ESPN (as well as a censored version on ESPN2) and you’d be hardpressed to find a promotional angle they haven’t taken to hype it up. That includes trailers for fake 30 for 30 documentaries that you might actually want to see, now that you think about it. The 30 for 30 Twitter account tweeted out a trailer Sunday morning for an episode of the award-winning series dedicated to Scranton, Pennsylvania’s most enigmatic sports legend of all time, The Office’s Michael Scott. What if I told you, the greatest Michael wasn't Jordan? pic.

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