The Warriors are 48-4 during the All-Star Break. That's a little bit better than the 1995-96 Bulls' 42-5 record at the same point. So yeah: Michael Jordan might see another one of his records fall by the end of the season.
But the psychotically competitive legend seems pretty cool with it. Klay Thompson said Jordan gave him and his team permission to break the Bulls' regular season record.
Klay Thompson told me he met Michael Jordan last night. Jordan told him "go ahead and break the record". More on @CSNAuthentic...— Rosalyn Gold-Onwude (@ROSGO21) February 14, 2016
It's cool, but was Jordan really going to disallow the Warriors from being great? Like, were the Warriors going to throw seven games because Jordan said, "Nah, be trash for the rest of the season"?