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94beastmode
11-22-2015, 07:36 PM
Lol at Jordan midrange shots. 3s>2
Spreading the floor>post up and midrange
Game has change phaggots deal with it

hublife
11-22-2015, 07:37 PM
Never go full retard.

Kane_89
11-22-2015, 07:40 PM
No sir.

BJohnny1988
11-22-2015, 07:43 PM
I don't want to make a comment either way because who knows?

I think the Bulls would look good manning up on them and I think either Mike or Pippen could make Klay an absolute 0 in a series.

But I would like to see what a good defensive team like the 96 Bulls looks like trying to cover that much floor on this Warriors team.

The_Standard
11-22-2015, 07:44 PM
https://media.giphy.com/media/p0RDMJGgMXF96/giphy.gif

CestLaVida
11-22-2015, 07:45 PM
Curry> Jordan








































Not srs, you nuthugging phaggot

ImJJames
11-22-2015, 07:46 PM
Rodman would of ended Curry's career in the first half of the game with a nice drop kick.

MarioGOATmers
11-22-2015, 07:47 PM
Rodman and Pippen are the only two whose games would have translated over to the modern era of today. Jordan would have been locked up by the superior defenders of today, and his inability to shoot 3s would be truly exposed. His ceiling (that is, prime late 80s, early 90s Jordan) would be that of an old-hobbled Dwyane Wade.

Pippen would be like a larger Iguodala and could be the best player on a championship team.
There is no modern day Rodman (as he is the 1b GOAT to LeBron's 1a). A prime Rodman could out-rebound and lockdown nearly any player in the league today, but there's only so much one player can do.

Conclusion: 96 Bulls vs. 2015 Warriors would essentially be a 2.5 vs 5 game, with the Bulls having no bench and the Warriors having one of the best benches of all time.

holtmcg
11-22-2015, 07:47 PM
I agree with OP (srs). Ya'll can go full nostalgia bullsh*t with the Bulls, but the defense, shooting, and spacing that GSW make... Sorry, I'll take the GSW every. single. time.



Repped OP.

chlaxman
11-22-2015, 07:48 PM
It's almost like rule changes and advances in analytics have made offenses more efficient than they were in 1996...who knew???

The_Standard
11-22-2015, 07:49 PM
Rodman and Pippen are the only two whose games would have translated over to the modern era of today. Jordan would have been locked up by the superior defenders of today, and his inability to shoot 3s would be truly exposed. His ceiling (that is, prime late 80s, early 90s Jordan) would be that of an old-hobbled Dwyane Wade.

Pippen would be like a larger Iguodala and could be the best player on a championship team.
There is no modern day Rodman (as he is the 1b GOAT to LeBron's 1a). A prime Rodman could out-rebound and lockdown nearly any player in the league today, but there's only so much one player can do.

Conclusion: 96 Bulls vs. 2015 Warriors would essentially be a 2.5 vs 5 game, with the Bulls having no bench and the Warriors having one of the best benches of all time.


I agree with OP (srs). Ya'll can go full nostalgia bullsh*t with the Bulls, but the defense, shooting, and spacing that GSW make... Sorry, I'll take the GSW every. single. time.



Repped OP.


https://media.giphy.com/media/p0RDMJGgMXF96/giphy.gif

https://media.giphy.com/media/p0RDMJGgMXF96/giphy.gif

mabidi
11-22-2015, 07:49 PM
"94"Beastmode

bro.. you were less than 2 when the 96 bulls played.. guarantee you never watched a game.

gtfo here

holtmcg
11-22-2015, 07:50 PM
https://media.giphy.com/media/p0RDMJGgMXF96/giphy.gifHow old are you? (srs question)

94beastmode
11-22-2015, 07:50 PM
Lol Jordan can score all the post up and midrange he wants cause at the end of the day 3s>2

94beastmode
11-22-2015, 07:52 PM
"94"Beastmode

bro.. you were less than 2 when the 96 bulls played.. guarantee you never watched a game.

gtfo here

I can use stats to prove the Warriors are a way more efficient team you mad bruh?

The_Standard
11-22-2015, 07:52 PM
How old are you? (srs question)

29.

I'd take the Jazz teams the Bulls beat in a 7-game series vs. the Warriors.

Spill512
11-22-2015, 07:54 PM
Pippen/Jordan on Curry/Klay

Rest in peace Warrior's offense.

HotCheetos
11-22-2015, 07:54 PM
"94"Beastmode

bro.. you were less than 2 when the 96 bulls played.. guarantee you never watched a game.

gtfo here
This. Sit the fuk down OP


Pippen/Jordan on Curry/Klay

Rest in peace Warrior's offense.
And still leaves rodman to shut anyone else down too

The_Albatross
11-22-2015, 07:57 PM
Kerr would be too busy hitting threes for the Bulls to coach the Warriors so obviously Golden State would lose.

The_Standard
11-22-2015, 07:59 PM
Kerr would be too busy hitting threes for the Bulls to coach the Warriors so obviously Golden State would lose.

10/10 post.

/thread

BeastModeFTW
11-22-2015, 08:02 PM
Kerr would be too busy hitting threes for the Bulls to coach the Warriors so obviously Golden State would lose.

no need for kerr with luke walton on the sidelines.

YesWayNoWeigh
11-22-2015, 08:03 PM
Lol rodman would literally butt Fuk draymon and there's not a single thing he would do about it. Barnes on pippen lol. Klay on Jordan fukin lol

HoustonMiscer
11-22-2015, 08:04 PM
I was age 7 in the year 1996. My first oneitis rejected me that year and the the legend was born.

HarpoonBrah
11-22-2015, 08:05 PM
a team that takes 6 almost 7 games to beat Lebron can beat a 90s MJ Bulls team

LMAO , not even the best team in the league

fleeceitout
11-22-2015, 08:06 PM
Lol.

They barely beat an injured Cavs team with LeWOAT doing his usual choke job.

The 96 Bulls would run a train in them.

holtmcg
11-22-2015, 08:06 PM
29.

I'd take the Jazz teams the Bulls beat in a 7-game series vs. the Warriors.Okay... So as a 26 (almost 27) year old guy, I'm going to call you retarded.


edit: neg me to remind me so I can neg you (srs)

holtmcg
11-22-2015, 08:08 PM
I was age 7 in the year 1996. My first oneitis rejected me that year and the the legend was born.I just switched to an 832 number (very, very serious). HMU and lets go to a Texans tailgate. Me and m'bae will help you get laid (also srs).

fleeceitout
11-22-2015, 08:10 PM
I just switched to an 832 number (very, very serious). HMU and lets go to a Texans tailgate. Me and m'bae will help you get laid (also srs).

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Lol.

ctownballer04
11-22-2015, 08:11 PM
I can use stats to prove the Warriors are a way more efficient team you mad bruh?


You actually can't use stats to prove anything in this case so please get your math in check.

MarioGOATmers
11-22-2015, 08:58 PM
You actually can't use stats to prove anything in this case so please get your math in check.

A number line will tell you 3>2.

FGCHENG
11-22-2015, 09:13 PM
A team like the 96 Bulls were made to stop a team like the Warriors.

Everyone on that Bulls team can play all-time great defense. MJ/Pippen/Rodman were all-time greats defenders and they could play small ball to match the Warriors.

4-3 Bulls.

stilllmatic
11-22-2015, 09:14 PM
Jeffrey

Saint 3:16
11-22-2015, 09:22 PM
A team like the 96 Bulls were made to stop a team like the Warriors.

Everyone on that Bulls team can play all-time great defense. MJ/Pippen/Rodman were all-time greats defenders and they could play small ball to match the Warriors.

4-3 Bulls.

This guy knows what's up.

Bulls small Ball line up:
Rodman
Kukoc
Pippen
Jordan
Harper/Kerr

People forget how good and versatile Toni Kukoc was.

94beastmode
11-22-2015, 09:24 PM
Lol people living in the past. Warriors>96 Bulls
2016>curry>96 Jordan

3>2

ctownballer04
11-22-2015, 09:26 PM
A number line will tell you 3>2.

Using that to imply a more significant statement is not valid. You know this.

Dave P
11-22-2015, 09:50 PM
The reality is that if the two teams played in 1996, the Bulls would win.

If the teams played in 2015 the Warriors would win. Those guys would get in foul trouble early and get wrecked.

Each team is perfect for the era/rules they play in.

TheFornicator1
11-22-2015, 10:12 PM
I wouldn't bother using Pippen/Jordan on Curry to be honest. Might throw Mike in there on some rotations. He actually shouldered the load guarding quick PG's that year but I'd hide him on D to save him for O.

The one weakness the Warriors have is dealing with one-man shows, because of the methodical nature of their system. Hence old man Kobe dropping his best game on 'em. Them letting LeBron do whatever the fuk he wanted, KD going ham on them, etc.

They both 1) Couldn't, and 2) Wouldn't do anything to stop Jordan.

I'd have Harper, a 6'6 PG, cover Curry. He was a fairly formidable defender even at that age, quick hands/reactions, good reach, and a great help defender. Like the Warriors, they were also methodical, especially on the defensive end.

Kukoc playing the stretch and Kerr with the spots. The two Rottweilers in Jordan and Pippen, with Harper running back up, for full-court press and traps.

Bulls in 6.

Hell if this is how we're doing it... as in matchup break downs and comparing strengths to weaknesses... I might even take the '96 Magic over the Warriors, a team that the Bulls swept.

Teams like the current Warriors, the '96 Bulls, the peak Spurs... While being supremely talented, that is not their greatest strength. Their greatest strengths are their rigorous structure and the methodical nature of their system. The Warriors right now are benefiting from that system/structure and having Curry fire on all cylinders. But it's the regular season, and things eventually become difficult. We saw this last year. The Warriors didn't end up winning due to supreme talent, or Curry, but rather the effectiveness of their system in withstanding and overcoming adversity.

Future24
11-22-2015, 10:25 PM
Delladova shut Curry down. Yall crazy

wickedman
11-22-2015, 10:30 PM
There will never be a team to exist that would destroy the 96 Bulls. Ban city.

waisoserious
11-22-2015, 10:41 PM
Its hard to imagine anybody really defending these warriors. too many shooters and too much range. even draymond and barnes can pop 3's.

curry regularly takes shots from 10ft behind the 3pt line.


the only team that can beat these warriors are the 2001 lakers.

blowout style son

tonyparker69
11-22-2015, 10:51 PM
Its hard to imagine anybody really defending these warriors. too many shooters and too much range. even draymond and barnes can pop 3's.

curry regularly takes shots from 10ft behind the 3pt line.


the only team that can beat these warriors are the 2001 lakers.

blowout style son

this

01 lakers its over. lol @ bogut trying to guard shaq. draymond a lakers fan but even he knows he can't guard prime kobe

but he did provide us with this gem

http://i.imgur.com/NwDeS93.png

SompletelyCober
11-22-2015, 10:55 PM
I just switched to an 832 number (very, very serious). HMU and lets go to a Texans tailgate. Me and m'bae will help you get laid (also srs).


http://i.imgur.com/GIhUPLE.jpg


Lol.

Inb4 HoustonMiscer ends up in a bodybag floating in the ocean


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ImJJames
11-22-2015, 11:48 PM
ITT: People using 2015 Warrior's, 2015 Curry to invalidate the Warriors

2016 Warriors and Curry are on a whole different level this year.

Bloodrushtiger
11-22-2015, 11:52 PM
WTFFF.

Jordan is DPOY and one of the best defender for a SG, and he is also the best leading scorer.

Pippen is also good at defense and rebounding, same with Pippen.

This is really nonsense, 96 bulls would win easily.

JustaQuestion
11-23-2015, 01:00 AM
lol we all thought GSW would 4-0 the Cavs with Kyrie and Love out but they still made it a fight with just LeBron. Bulls would beat this Warriors team by a minimum of 20 points.

WafflesBrah
11-23-2015, 05:15 AM
Joke of a comparison for right now. Warriors haven't even beaten the 72-10 record and people are already comparing them to the greatest championship Bulls team. Hype trains eventually lead to a huge fall out if it doesn't deliver so expect bumps from people in this thread if Warriors don't win the whole thing.

cashinout
11-23-2015, 05:34 AM
they won't even beat this year's healthy cavs

HobgoblinJim
11-23-2015, 06:04 AM
Crazy to think 1996 was 31 years ago

JustBulk
11-23-2015, 06:13 AM
Crazy to think 1996 was 31 years ago

wut?

The_Standard
11-23-2015, 06:16 AM
Lol people living in the past. Warriors>96 Bulls
2016>curry>96 Jordan

3>2

Curry scored 1,900 points last season.
Jordan never had a complete season with the Bulls where he scored fewer than 2,300 points.

In his first 6 seasons, Curry has never shot 50% from the field.
Jordan shot 50% in 4 out of his first 6 seasons.

Defensively, it only gets worse. Curry's defensive stats aren't even worth being compared to Jordan's.

As far as 2015-2016 Curry vs. 1995-1996 Jordan, it's impossible to compare until the Warriors complete the season. The odds are not in Curry's and the Warrior's favor.

http://gifrific.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/Michael-Jordan-Shrug-After-3-Pointer.gif

broboma2012
11-23-2015, 06:38 AM
3>2. Yet the greatest scorer of all time was average in low volume from the 3 pt line. Makes sense

DaHipsterDoofus
11-23-2015, 06:54 AM
they won't even beat this year's healthy Spurs

fixed

HotCheetos
11-23-2015, 07:01 AM
Curry scored 1,900 points last season.
Jordan never had a complete season with the Bulls where he scored fewer than 2,300 points.

In his first 6 seasons, Curry has never shot 50% from the field.
Jordan shot 50% in 4 out of his first 6 seasons.

Defensively, it only gets worse. Curry's defensive stats aren't even worth being compared to Jordan's.

As far as 2015-2016 Curry vs. 1995-1996 Jordan, it's impossible to compare until the Warriors complete the season. The odds are not in Curry's and the Warrior's favor.

http://gifrific.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/Michael-Jordan-Shrug-After-3-Pointer.gif


3>2. Yet the greatest scorer of all time was average in low volume from the 3 pt line. Makes sense
#rekt

MarioGOATmers
11-23-2015, 07:04 AM
3>2. Yet the greatest scorer of all time was average in low volume from the 3 pt line. Makes sense
MJ was WELL BELOW average. The one year he actually shot decently was because the line got moved up significantly. We gonna act like Chris Paul isn't shooting 55% from 3 in 1996? Joke era.

lsiberian
11-23-2015, 07:13 AM
Jordan, Rodman, Pippen would definitely hold their own against Curry and Thompson IMO. I'm sure it would be a great series, but the bench is where Golden State gets a huge advantage IMO.

HobgoblinJim
11-23-2015, 07:19 AM
MJ was WELL BELOW average. The one year he actually shot decently was because the line got moved up significantly. We gonna act like Chris Paul isn't shooting 55% from 3 in 1996? Joke era.

He shot like 33% from 3 over his career. The equivalent of shooting 50% from 2.

But yes, tell us about how he was "well below" average.

YellowOnYellow
11-23-2015, 07:22 AM
Is it not obvious.

Dark skins >>> light skins.

HoustonMiscer
11-23-2015, 07:37 AM
I just switched to an 832 number (very, very serious). HMU and lets go to a Texans tailgate. Me and m'bae will help you get laid (also srs).

I will give you my number through pm srs you better not be fukking with me or trolling me.. This may be an opportunity I can't pass up.

Pls don't roofie me

AndYUKnowThis
11-23-2015, 07:38 AM
I think the '96 Bulls would win. Let Curry score, however take everyone else out of the equation using tough defense. Unless Curry scores 50, warriors aren't gonna win.

jimmyjabbar
11-23-2015, 08:03 AM
Anyone who legit understand basketball knows the Warriors would destroy em. NBA now>>>>>>>NBA 20 years ago. Quality of play is just soo much better

Day1086
11-23-2015, 08:13 AM
Ballhandling, shooting, and offensive and defensive schemes are all in a completely different universe than what they were in the 90's.

Not gonna say who'd win this series though because we don't fuking know. But if the Warriors went 72-10 that would be more impressive than the Bulls doing it in a watered down expansion era.

BeastModeFTW
11-23-2015, 08:23 AM
He shot like 33% from 3 over his career. The equivalent of shooting 50% from 2.

But yes, tell us about how he was "well below" average.

his numbers were inflated from the 3 years ( 1995, 1996 and 1997) where the nba had a shortened 3 point line. jordan shot 50%, 42.7%, and 37.4% respectively these 3 years with the shortened 3 point line. in 1998 Jordan with the regular 3 point line percentage dropped dramatically to 23.8%. also keep in mind jordan's 3 point volume was also at its highest during that 3 year period with the shortened 3 point line.


cliffs
Jordan with regular 3 point line (1985-1993)- 0.4/1.4=30.1% from 3
Jordan with shortened 3 point line (1995-1997)- 1.3/3.3=40.4% from 3
Jordan with regular 3 point line (1998, 2002, 2003)- 0.3/1.0= 23.9% from 3

so yeah Jordan was a terrible 3 point shooter.

Xgamer791
11-23-2015, 09:03 AM
I could see if GSW played this well four five years straight and had more than just one ring with this current team, make this thread in three more years and we can better predict that.

Xgamer791
11-23-2015, 09:10 AM
A team like the 96 Bulls were made to stop a team like the Warriors.

Everyone on that Bulls team can play all-time great defense. MJ/Pippen/Rodman were all-time greats defenders and they could play small ball to match the Warriors.

4-3 Bulls.




Not even close, try 4-1 Bulls.

Day1086
11-23-2015, 09:12 AM
I could see if GSW played this well four five years straight and had more than just one ring with this current team, make this thread in three more years and we can better predict that.

Yeah, because the excitement in discussing sports is to wait until 3 years after something has already happened to talk about it.

Hype train full speed ahead

Spill512
11-23-2015, 09:15 AM
Anyone who thinks the Warriors would beat the 96 Bulls has no idea how basketball works. That Bulls team has the best perimeter defenders ever. Dellevedova had Curry shook. Imagine what Pippen would do to him. Then you have Jordan, literally the best basketball player ever. Warriors would get washed.

Honestly if you think the Warriors would win, just cancel your league pass and give up on basketball.

tonyparker69
11-23-2015, 09:19 AM
Anyone who thinks the Warriors would beat the 96 Bulls has no idea how basketball works. That Bulls team has the best perimeter defenders ever. Dellevedova had Curry shook. Imagine what Pippen would do to him. Then you have Jordan, literally the best basketball player ever. Warriors would get washed.

At least in terms of team defence and not individual defenders, Pistons, 2004. Not a single starter over 100 DRtg in that season, only 1 bench player over, and his was 101.

Bulls would still bitchslap the Warriors tho


He shot like 33% from 3 over his career. The equivalent of shooting 50% from 2.

But yes, tell us about how he was "well below" average.

They're not equivalent at all. Today's average 3 pt% is 34.5%, the average FG% is 44%. If 1.5% below league average from 3 was equal to 6% above league average from 2, people would do nothing but jack up 3s all game.

Big_Spaz
11-23-2015, 09:54 AM
'96 Bulls would beat them. Strictly based off how physical the game was back then to how it is now. Golden State would walking off that court literally in tears if they had to play in that Era. A lot of teams would honestly, it was crazy what the Late-80's Pistons got away with on the court and how it influenced the styles of all the other teams through the 90's.





-Spaz

Day1086
11-23-2015, 09:55 AM
'96 Bulls would beat them. Strictly based off how physical the game was back then to how it is now. Golden State would walking off that court literally in tears if they had to play in that Era. A lot of teams would honestly, it was crazy what the Late-80's Pistons got away with on the court and how it influenced the styles of all the other teams through the 90's.





-Spaz


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Carpig
11-23-2015, 10:02 AM
This GSW team (meaning the '15 champ team and the current one) had to fight and claw against a Cavs team with one legitimate, healthy star player. If either Love or Kyrie is healthy, chances are the Cavs win that series.

As good as GSW has played this year, no amount of scheming or rule changes puts them in the same conversation with some of the all-time great teams (96 Bulls, 86 Celtics, 72 Lakers, 87 Lakers).

Day1086
11-23-2015, 10:03 AM
The league is stronger today due to advancements in the game and the fact that the NBA was going through expansion in the 90's.

If warriors manage to win 70+ it will be a larger achievement than winning 70+ in that era.



http://i.imgur.com/fTmIgoL.jpg

cashinout
11-23-2015, 10:05 AM
The league is stronger today due to advancements in the game and the fact that the NBA was going through expansion in the 90's.

If warriors manage to win 70+ it will be a larger achievement than winning 70+ in that era.



http://i.imgur.com/fTmIgoL.jpg

just like 2 rings in this era is harder than 6 back then
lebron and MJ are closer than people think

Day1086
11-23-2015, 10:09 AM
just like 2 rings in this era is harder than 6 back then
lebron and MJ are closer than people think


Welp not exactly the same argument since winning a championship is about beating the league's top-end talent while winning 70+ games is about consistently beating the lower level teams as well. And also comparing 70 wins vs 70 wins and comparing 2 titles vs 6 titles aren't the same thing.

But there is some legitimacy to the fact that the average player is more skilled today and the defenses LeBron faces are more advanced, and allow more help in the paint. But that's a more nuanced discussion

johnnyboi123
11-23-2015, 10:12 AM
welll duh. They had two NBA caliber players who would be starting in today's NBA...pippen and jordan....both of who would be fringe stars in today's NBA...like 20 ppg tier players. Truth hurts.

cashinout
11-23-2015, 10:17 AM
Welp not exactly the same argument since winning a championship is about beating the league's top-end talent while winning 70+ games is about consistently beating the lower level teams as well. And also comparing 70 wins vs 70 wins and comparing 2 titles vs 6 titles aren't the same thing.

But there is some legitimacy to the fact that the average player is more skilled today and the defenses LeBron faces are more advanced, and allow more help in the paint. But that's a more nuanced discussion

i think the teams are overall better too, not just the players
people keep saying that there was harder defense back then while completely ignoring the fact that you could also get away with murder on offense (which would be lebron's bread and butter in the 90s' not to mention you're not going anywhere if lebron is hand checking you)

also it's much harder to play with stricter rules than without

jordans amazing, but people put him way too high up on a pedestal

leafs43
11-23-2015, 10:21 AM
Kid's today don't even know what they are talking about.

'96 Bulls would take a big steamy dump over any team in the league.

The Bulls 6th man, Kukoc would be a star in today's NBA.

Day1086
11-23-2015, 10:28 AM
i think the teams are overall better too, not just the players
people keep saying that there was harder defense back then while completely ignoring the fact that you could also get away with murder on offense (which would be lebron's bread and butter in the 90s' not to mention you're not going anywhere if lebron is hand checking you)

also it's much harder to play with stricter rules than without

jordans amazing, but people put him way too high up on a pedestal

I'm a believer that modern day defenses are much better than earlier era defenses. The "physicality" is mainly old guns finding a way to hate on the current league irrationally. They say it about every sport.


What separates Jordan to me as easily the GOAT is the finals performances, and don't think LeBron can ever touch him on that level. Curry's current season, LeBron '09 and Lebron '13 all are debatable to Jordan's best regular season performances. But nothing is really coming close to Jordan's dominance in the Finals.

http://www.nba.com/jordan/mjfinals.html

This ship sailed for LeBron when he averaged 18 points on 54% TS while losing with a stacked team in 2011. A huge black mark on his record. It can be overcome for LeBron to be a top 2-5 player of all-time, but he's not taking the #1 spot. The margin of error is too slim

Eltoro9
11-23-2015, 10:31 AM
Jordan and Pippen would lock down Curry and Thompson respectively, and the role players are comparable on both teams. The Bulls had better coaching and more experienced at that point in 96'. OP think twice before posting nonsense like this again.

broboma2012
11-23-2015, 10:53 AM
I would love to see any argument made for why expansion in the 80s and 90s would be cause for calling the league watered down when comparing it today's league (where there is actually more teams).

Also lol at day giving pause when he realized the implication of his reasoning. Love the argument of evolution of the game where your favorite player happened to develop in a vacuum while all these developments were occurring soley to make basketball more difficult for him. Love how that argument constantly pops up and is never addressed for its limitations

Day1086
11-23-2015, 11:00 AM
I would love to see any argument made for why expansion in the 80s and 90s would be cause for calling the league watered down when comparing it today's league (where there is actually more teams).

Also lol at day giving pause when he realized the implication of his reasoning. Love the argument of evolution of the game where your favorite player happened to develop in a vacuum while all these developments were occurring soley to make basketball more difficult for him. Love how that argument constantly pops up and is never addressed for its limitations

What?

oh nvm i forgot you're retarded when discussing previous eras of athletes across all sports. not going into this potato discussion again

broboma2012
11-23-2015, 11:06 AM
What?

oh nvm i forgot you're retarded when discussing previous eras of athletes across all sports. not going into this potato discussion again

Because you have 0 evidence to support your statements. You wholly ignore that modern players have benefited as much as had their careers made more difficult by modern advancements. Athletes have adapted they have not evolved.
What is your proof that the 90's is 'watered down' as compared to the current era. Funny that this is your reaction to be challenged to fulfill the burden of proof for your argument.

Day1086
11-23-2015, 11:07 AM
Because you have 0 evidence to support your statements. You wholly ignore that modern players have benefited as much as had their careers made more difficult by modern advancements. Athletes have adapted they have not evolved.
What is your proof that the 90's is 'watered down' as compared to the current era. Funny that this is your reaction to be challenged to fulfill the burden of proof for your argument.

I don't care to discuss this with you brah that's all. I'm sure someone else can step in but I just don't care. I don't think you're logical on this topic and won't waste my time with things that have already been said before.

Day1086
11-23-2015, 12:00 PM
http://www.csnbayarea.com/warriors/who-would-win-96-bulls-or-16-warriors-steve-kerr-weighs?p=ya5nbcs&ocid=yahoo


Steve Kerr sure knows how to sit on a fence... Face down. With the post in your mouth.





"My initial thoughts are that it is literally impossible to even compare, because the rules are so different and the eras are so different," Kerr recently told ESPN's Ethan Sherwood Strauss. "We would overload the strong side on [Michael] Jordan, and they would call illegal defense; and they would put their hands all over [Stephen] Curry, and the refs would call a foul. That make sense?"


So what's Kerr prediction?

"No comment," he answered. "I refuse to comment on the score of this hypothetical game that would never happen ... well if it takes place on Pluto, then I believe it would hinge on a step-back Steph Curry 3 over Michael Jordan at the buzzer. And we'll never know if it goes in or not."

Dave P
11-23-2015, 12:08 PM
That's like exactly what I said, with more coach-speak.

Thai_Clinch
11-23-2015, 12:14 PM
bulls vs. warriors in this era. evenly matched.


bulls vs. warriors in 96. bulls by double digits. it would be a bloodbath with rodman ****ting all over them inside and having guys cry while he licks there tears, literally. in todays game, rodman would be suspended as soon as he put his foot on the court.

IsLifeRealLife
05-24-2016, 08:37 PM
I agree with OP (srs). Ya'll can go full nostalgia bullsh*t with the Bulls, but the defense, shooting, and spacing that GSW make... Sorry, I'll take the GSW every. single. time.



Repped OP.


Its hard to imagine anybody really defending these warriors. too many shooters and too much range. even draymond and barnes can pop 3's.

curry regularly takes shots from 10ft behind the 3pt line.


the only team that can beat these warriors are the 2001 lakers.

blowout style son


Anyone who legit understand basketball knows the Warriors would destroy em. NBA now>>>>>>>NBA 20 years ago. Quality of play is just soo much better


That's like exactly what I said, with more coach-speak.


http://media1.giphy.com/media/3oEjHZKRgiZXYmVVbq/giphy.gif

stilllmatic
05-24-2016, 08:39 PM
michael JEFFREY jordan would drop 50 on the warriors on a nightly basis

YesWayNoWeigh
05-24-2016, 08:44 PM
Ballhandling, shooting, and offensive and defensive schemes are all in a completely different universe than what they were in the 90's.

Not gonna say who'd win this series though because we don't fuking know. But if the Warriors went 72-10 that would be more impressive than the Bulls doing it in a watered down expansion era.lmao what a joke. When was the last time 2 teams in one conference got 65+ wins. This league and record is watered down

Hardcore_D00d
05-24-2016, 08:50 PM
Rodman by himself would smack the entire gs team

wickedman
05-24-2016, 10:11 PM
Idea of Jordan letting this happen is laughable, I'm embarrassed for Warriors fans.

FakeRabona
05-24-2016, 10:30 PM
http://i.imgur.com/MSzNFLb.jpg

hublife
05-24-2016, 11:33 PM
Warriors look Charmin soft. Michael Jordan would eat that teams collective heart and then drop 50/night.

TheCore84
05-25-2016, 12:24 AM
Lol at op, the 95-96 Bulls were never down in a series that season. Op you dufus, can't wait for GS to get knocked out and the 15-16 Warriors become the NBE version of the 2007 Patriots.

WafflesBrah
05-25-2016, 04:28 AM
Joke of a comparison for right now. Warriors haven't even beaten the 72-10 record and people are already comparing them to the greatest championship Bulls team. Hype trains eventually lead to a huge fall out if it doesn't deliver so expect bumps from people in this thread if Warriors don't win the whole thing.
l0l.

WafflesBrah
06-19-2016, 08:20 PM
Interdasting

stilllmatic
06-19-2016, 08:21 PM
michael jordan would take a **** on verjaos afro in the middle of a play, run back on the court and still dunk on steph cuyrry