While everyone anxiously waits for the Golden State Warriors to finish out their dream-season in efforts of trumping the 1996 Bulls 72-win season, Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen are at the edge of their seats. The reason? The possibility of the their venerable record being shattered is now in the realm of possibility. With the Warriors sitting at 70-9, they need to win their last three games to top the ’96 Bulls. But, before everyone dubs the Warriors as the record-breakers, let’s pay homage to the originators in the Chicago Bulls, because let’s face it, they did it first and may very well, still own the record when it’s all said and done.
See Where the 1996 Chicago Bulls Championship Team Are Now.
Michael’s second season back with the Bulls was magical. He averaged 30 points per game and notched another MVP award.
Currently, Michael Jordan is the owner for the Charlotte Hornets, who recently clinched a playoff berth this year and await their first-round match-up.