There are iconic intro songs, and then there’s the Chicago Bulls intro song.
In a recent video making rounds on social media, Michael Jordan is seen relishing his glorious days with the Chicago Bulls. The viral clip, initially shared on Instagram by the user “emiillyy,” captures the NBA legend at an outdoor bottle service restaurant. He’s wearing a joyful smile and energetically waving his hands as the unmistakable Bulls’ starting lineup anthem resonates from the speakers.
Jordan seemed to be thoroughly enjoying the moment, enthusiastically acknowledging the excited patrons gathered around him. His wife, Yvette Prieto, was dancing alongside him, drink in hand.
The song that accompanied this nostalgic experience was “Sirius” by The Alan Parsons Project, the very same tune that introduced the Bulls’ starting lineup at home games throughout their championship reign in the 1990s.
Although the location and date of this heartwarming glimpse into the life of the basketball legend remain unclear, one thing is certain – the video is a true gem.
In case you missed it, Jordan made headlines recently for becoming the first athlete in history to secure a spot on the Forbes 400 list of the nation’s wealthiest individuals.