The Golden State Warriors are closing in on the 95-96 Chicago Bulls 72 wins with just four games left in the season. Most old-timers would side for the Bulls to beat the Warriors in a seven game series, which doesn’t spell well for the every day NBA fans. Scottie Pippen, however, would also side with the old-timers on his Bulls beating them and bothering Stephen Curry on defense.
Bulls in four [games],” Pippen said according to ESPN. “I don’t think we’d take a night off. “I think that my size and length would bother [Curry] a little bit.
Pippen also said he would hold Curry under 20 points. The Bulls in the 90s were considered as one of the best teams in NBA history. The Combination of Pippen, Michael Jordan and Dennis Rodman can cause mismatches against any team, and would hurt the Warriors with their physical play. But don’t take away the greatness of the team as a whole.
Overall the Warriors not only have one of best backcourts in the game and an all-around power forward in Draymond Green, but a great bench to complement it. Bulls have a solid bench capable of scoring and defending in spurts. The Warriors bench as a whole can be starting for multiple teams in the league.