Ron Harper: 90s Bulls would sweep Golden State Warriors

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The Golden State Warriors are undefeated early into the NBA season and are drawing many comparisons to some of the Bulls great 90s teams.

League MVP Stephen Curry is playing at a Michael Jordan-like level for the Warriors, the Dubs have an excellent defense and Curry’s support and cast is playing at a level similar to the original Bulls bench mob.

Like those Bulls, GSW is defeating teams with a superior level of offensive and defensive acumen. While Curry dazzles with his ability to make shots from nearly anywhere on the court, defenders like Draymond Green and Festus Ezeli make scoring on Golden State a rather difficult task.

But as good as the Curry-led Warriors look, former Bull Ron Harper says they aren’t any of his Bulls team.

In fact, Harper thinks one of the Bulls teams he was on would sweep the Warriors in a playoff series.

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