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Stephen Curry sparks debate by saying his '17 Warriors would beat the '96 Bulls


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It's hard to argue against two teams in NBA history standing above the rest — the 2017 Golden State Warriors and the 1996 Chicago Bulls.The list of big-game, Hall-of-Fame names is strikingly long: Michael Jordan, Stephen Curry, Kevin Durant, Scottie Pippen, Klay Thompson, Dennis Rodman, Draymond Green.Heck, you can even throw Steve Kerr into that mix. Jordan never backed down from a challenge and likely would’ve made the bout a personal one after hearing Curry's comments.Because of that, plus the tenacity and vigor that his Bulls took to the court, Chris Broussard doesn't think the Warriors would stand a chance."You can never bet against Jordan," Broussard said Wednesday morning on "First Things First.""Here's the thing about that Bulls team: They swept the Shaq/Penny Hardaway Orlando Magic. Jordan's squad started the campaign 37-0 at home (finishing 39-2), had the NBA's leading scorer (Jordan, 30.4 PPG), leading rebounder (Rodman, 14.9 RPG) and three All-Defensive First Team players (Jordan, Pippen, Rodman).And while Golden State's defense was never as staunch, its offense was historically great.

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