Michael Jordan Slams Warriors Record: '73 Wins Don't Mean A Thing Without A Ring'

Last year, the Golden State Warriors broke the most wins in an NBA season set by the Chicago Bulls in 95-96. Warriors had an impressive 73 wins and 9 losses but not enough to be called the best team ever assembled.

The Greatest Of All Time Has Spoken

Michael Jordan is considered by many as the greatest of all time in NBA. Jordan is known for being relentless, notorious and brutally honest when it comes to giving an opinion. When the regular season ended last year, NBA fans were waiting for the reaction of Michael Jordan. NBA legends and current players were astonished by the way Golden State Warriors broke the Bulls record. Jordan did congratulate the Warriors and states that it was fun watching them but can’t wait to see what they do in the playoffs.

Golden State Warriors Losing Invincibility

When the Golden State Warriors broke the record, everybody thought that they are going to eclipse Michael Jordan and his 95-96 Chicago Bulls. Technically, they have 1 more win against the Chicago Bulls. However, when the playoffs arrived last season, it seems that the Warriors are losing their invincibility. They were pushed by the Oklahoma City Thunder to the brink of elimination but manage to survive.

73 Wins Don’t Mean A Thing Without A Ring

The much-anticipated matchup between the Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers is one for the books. During the NBA Finals, the Golden State Warriors were the heavy favorite because they have 73 wins and they have the best chemistry in the game. GSW became complacent when they were leading the series 3-1 which led them to their defeat. LeBron James and the rest of the Cavaliers destroyed the Warriors and winning the NBA title. As for Michael Jordan and his early statement, he followed it up yesterday stating to the owner of the Warriors, “73 wins don’t mean s***”.

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