It was a hot conversation topic a few years ago, and ESPN brought it back Friday on "First Take."
With five-time NBA champion Dennis Rodman visiting the show, they asked the former Chicago Bulls forward about a potential matchup between the 72-10 Bulls from the 1995-96 season and the 2017-18 Warriors.
To no one's surprise, Rodman is rolling with the Bulls for three reasons: Scottie Pippen would give Kevin Durant fits, the Warriors have no one to guard Michael Jordan, and *drumroll* Rodman believes he would have his way with Draymond Green.
"I got no problem handing that Green guy," Rodman said. "He'll be eating out of my hand. Draymond, keep getting your teeth straight honey and listen to your mama. Doctor D-Rod is calling right now baby. You want a prescription? Come ask me."
Six of the NBA's 12 best players swapped teams, some teaming up in pursuit of championship glory alongside their friend.
With Kawhi Leonard and Paul George in LA with the Clippers, Anthony Davis joining LeBron James with the Lakers and Russell Westbrook being shipped to Houston to team up with James Harden, the NBA now is a league filled with Batman and Robins.