Stephen Curry Plans To Beat Jordan’s Bulls 72-10 Record
Not a day goes by where media doesn’t remind them about being on pace to eclipse what the 1995 – 96 Chicago Bulls did.
During an exclusive interview with FOX Sports, it was confirmed that Stephen Curry plans to beat Jordan’s Bulls 72-10 record.
More than just the record though, Curry is more concerned about the Playoffs. He’s aware the Warriors must achieve more than just a regular season record.
Stephen Curry via FOX:
We talk about it because we’re asked about it, mostly. We’re not afraid to address it and understand the opportunity we have, obviously with the 24-0 start. We’re on pace for it, or actually I think we’re one game ahead of that pace.
So we know where we are, but it’s really hard to fast-forward to April and really kind of get your mind to where, we’re 28 games from tying the record. It just makes it sink in how hard and how special that accomplishment was for the Bulls. We’re obviously worried about what happens in the playoffs, and being healthy and full-strength playing our best come April 16 or whenever our last game is.
But if we have an opportunity to go for it, we’ll go for it. Because how many chances are you going to get to be a team that passes that record, and obviously everybody’s still talking about the 95-96 Bulls — one, because of their record, and two, because they finished it off with a championship. We want to be able to do both, too.
Jordan Brand just celebrated Michael Jordan’s record with the Air Jordan 11 72-10. If Curry goes on to win back to back Championships with a better regular season record than MJ, Under Armour will rise to heights no one could’ve predicted. Only time will tell…
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