The Golden State Warriors have broken the North American best start with an undefeated record of 23-0. They passed the St. Louis Maroons record of 20-0 set by the baseball team in 1888 as the best record in North American sports.
The Chicago Bulls 1995-96 team started off 12-0 as well as becoming the first team to have more than 70 wins in a single season as Michael Jordan just came back from his retirement and led his team into the finals for his fourth appearance.
The Golden State Warriors are on good form and haven’t played a team to slow them down. The 3 point King (Stephen Curry) is cooking and chopping each player that steps up in front of him.
Curry is currently the scoring leader, for field goals made, for 3 pointers made, and he is top 5 in free throws made. This man is up to a great start and is in the running to earn a back to back MVP recognition, and another chip.
The 72-10, 1995-96 Chicago Bulls, shut the NBA down with an impressive ball game that led them to win the NBA Finals. It was led by a man that’s known as “The Greatest Basketball Player In History”, and that man’s name is Michael Jordan.
In the 1995-96 season, Michael Jordan played all 82 games, 111 made 3 pointers and scored 2491 in the season. Jordan was the leader in points with 30.4, and leading wins shared with 20.4.
Stephen Curry, in the beginning of the season is at 6.0 wins shared. Ever since the former LA Lakers SG/SF Luke Walton joined the Golden State Warriors in the summer, they’ve been untouchable.
The Warriors played 23 games so far and have a total of 2663 points. The Golden State Warriors this season made a big difference this year and made history with an incredible start on both the offensive and defensive end.
Reviewing all these statistics on both of these teams will tell you that the Warriors are better than the 1995-96 Bulls. I’d choose the Warriors in Game 6 against the Chicago Bulls (95-96) team if they were to play in the Finals.