Cleveland doesn't appear equipped to take down Golden State this season, but we've reached the point of the National Basketball Association season where seemingly every former National Basketball Association dynasty team now thinks they could. "We haven't. They're still champions, and we got to go take it". "That's exactly what happened throughout the season"."It just looks like this is his moment, this is his time", Kerr said. "Honestly. When I was in TV, I was doing Warriors games for years, every year they were one of the worst defensive teams in the league". It's weird how human evolution sort of goes in reverse in sports. "I don't know. I can't explain it".
You'd have to be pretty hardheaded to believe this Warriors team would lose to a team from 50 years ago..
Asked Tuesday about Johnson's comments, Golden State power forward Draymond Green chuckled before saying: "That's my thoughts".
Las Vegas casinos stoked the chatter further when they came out with betting lines on a potential matchup between the Warriors and the 1995-96 Bulls, with MGM Grand making the Warriors an 8-point favorite.
As for Stephen Curry?
"I haven't seen him shoot in a long time, until today", said one Warriors' person who was at practice, before the media was admitted. "I don't want to be in that situation where you're having to argue that". And maybe these former players wouldn't be wrong if their claim was that their team would've been better if it was cultivated in the same era and in the same way as the Warriors.