Dennis Rodman Doesn’t Care If the Warriors Top the 1995-96 Bulls’ 72-10 Record: “We Did It First”

Golden State is well on their way to doing it.

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After the Warriors got off to a hot start this season, many fans started to wonder whether or not Steph Curry & Co. could eclipse the 72-10 record that Michael Jordan and the Bulls put together back during the 1995-96 season. Initially, it seemed a little silly, because 72-10 sounded like it was going to be tough to beat. But now that Golden State is 13-0, it’s hard not to wonder just how good this team’s record is eventually going to be.

During an interview with SiriusXM NBA Radio yesterday, Dennis Rodman was asked if he thinks the Warriors are going to be able to top the '95-'96 Bulls. His response was classic Rodman:

Now, technically, if the Warriors go 81-1, they will be “first” to do that, Dennis. But…we get what you’re saying. We think.

Regardless of what the Warriors do, it doesn’t sound like Rodman is going to give them any credit. He also spoke about how different the NBA is today and how, in his opinion, it’s a lot easier for a team like the Warriors to put together an impressive record:

Hmmm…You buying that?

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