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Mar 6th, 2009 6:06 AM #1
Do you see any team competing with 72-10 Bulls?
In the last 5 years? Competing meaning taking them to 6 or 7th game.
Mar 6th, 2009 11:34 AM #2
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I vote Bucks!!! *is laughed out of AO*
Mar 6th, 2009 6:44 PM #3
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No. And in fact I don't think there has EVER been a team better than them. Yeah, yeah, people like to think that players were better "back in the day," and maybe it's true that they were more fundamentally sound, but the way the game is played today, as physical as it is, that Bulls team is just the best I have ever seen. Every single one of their starters were defensive aces, and a few of them (notably Pippen, Jordan, Harper and Rodman) deserve to be talked about in the "best ever defender" discussion. And of course, Jordan and Scottie's offense, together with their bench?
There is a very obvious reason they finished with the best record ever. They were near or were the best ever.
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Mar 6th, 2009 9:01 PM #4
Agreed on all accounts. I think acquiring Rodman was the key to all those victories. Like him or not, he can really play mind games to a t. What do you think about these matches?
Utah Jazz (Stockton, Malone era) vs San Antonio Spurs
Bad Boy Pistons vs Detroit Pistons (one that killed the Lakers)
Showtime Lakers vs Kobe/Shaq era Lakers
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