While the Michael Jordan-LeBron James debate continues to rage on (don't worry, we aren't going there), the Golden State Warriors' recent dominance has prompted yet another discussion.
After last night's Game 2 victory over LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers, the Warriors are now an NBA-record 14-0 in this year's postseason. So how would a group of Steph Curry, Kevin Durant and the Warriors fare against the greatest NBA champion of all-time?
According to Las Vegas oddsmakers, pretty well.
ESPN spoke with Las Vegas oddsmakers, with four saying they would favor this year's Warriors teams over the 72-win 1995-96 Bulls.
The Warriors would be favored in a hypothetical game by as many as 8 points, or as few as 3, according to two of the oddsmakers.
Matthew Holt, the COO at CG Analytics, pointed out that the rules have changed considerably since the Bulls' dynasty.
"The biggest factor is what rules is game being played under," he told ESPN. "Being able to hand check would make the Bulls favorite and their roster was built for that. In the no-hand check era the Warriors' current roster is much better suited and would have some serious speed and shooter advantages at several key positions."
Don't expect the debate to lessen anytime soon, especially with it looking like the Warriors could be at the start of their own dynasty.