"At the end of the day, you know, the generation is getting younger and younger and they're going to be in the same boat where they haven't seen my father play," Jasmine said. "They're going to ask those questions as to 'Who is it he? Or what did he do?' And that's a responsibility that my brothers and myself take on. And it's one that we love because it essentially evolves Jordan and the brand and the legacy that my father has created."
"It educates the younger generation as we continue to produce products, footwear, apparel, whatever it is for the younger generation," she added. "It's definitely an exciting aspect that we get to do and carry on, but as individuals we're able to put our own spin on and keep it authentic so the next generation can ride the wave that we've been able to be a part of."
The last two episodes of The Last Dance aired on Sunday. All 10 episodes are now available on ESPN.com and the ESPN App.
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