You Mad? Dennis Rodman Doesn’t Think Warriors Are All That, Makes Nonsensical Argument
In my opinion it's way too early to be discussing an attempt on the NBA all-time record for wins in a season, but you know humans -- the Warriors are 13-0, and that's just a small step away from 72-10!
That was the Chicago Bulls' record in 1995–96, which still stands. Dennis Rodman was a member of that team, and he was interviewed on SiriusXM NBA Radio on Thursday. When the Warriors came up in the conversation, Dennis went on the defensive. The most interesting excerpt from that portion of the interview:
“People say they’re going to go 72–10, they can say that all they want to, I don’t care. They can go 81–1. We did it first.”
Jim Jong Un, at home eating pie while listening to the radio: "Yes, make perfect sense."
Let's break this down:
-- Going to 81-1 is invalid, says Rodman, because the Bulls reached 72-10 ten years before? By that logic, the Lakers' then-record of 63-19 is better than the Bulls', because they broke the record in the 1989-90 season, way before the Bulls.
-- Any sentence that begins with "I really don't care ..." is invalid, and the speaker's mic must be muted and he must be tranquilized and placed outside for Uber.
-- It is required by law that anyone overhearing an argument in which teams from different eras are compared must vigorously spray the participants with a fire extinguisher. In most states, the government will reimburse you for extinguisher refills.
Rodman also said: "You know what? We did it in an era when the NBA was really really strong, 110 percent stronger than it is now."
Of course you can prove that ... no?
In conclusion, Rodman said: "Don't worry, the Warriors will come back to earth."
Who's worried? Seems that you're the only one.
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