As the Warriors continue to pile on victories, they become closer to matching the 95-96 Bulls 72 win season.
As a result, the comparisons have been made by fans and media members across the globe.Charles Barkley, who got two first-hand looks at those Bulls in the last of his four-season stint with the Phoenix Suns, says it's not even close.
"That Bulls team would kill this little team," Barkley said of the Warriors in an interview Thursday with ESPN Radio's Waddle & Silvy show in Chicago. "Come on, man. Who is going to guard Scottie Pippen and Michael Jordan? What about Dennis Rodman?"
"Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippen and Dennis Rodman -- let me just start with those three," Barkley said. "First of all they would love playing the way the Warriors play. It's a much easier game now. Could you imagine how many points Michael would average if you couldn't touch him? Dennis would get so many rebounds against that team. They are a very small team."
Right now, the Golden State Warriors are 26-1 and are the defending NBA Champions. They also have the leagues 2015 MVP, Stephen Curry, who is playing amazing basketball right now.