The Warriors' miraculous 2015-16 season has NBA legends weighing in nearly every week it seems.

But in a year that they've been making a run at the 1995-96 Bulls' record season, no opinion matters more than those on the two teams being compared.

The latest to chime in was six-time NBA champion Scottie Pippen, a small forward for the '96 Bulls.

Pippen's projection of how it would play out if his Chicago team faced this year's Golden State squad: "Bulls in four," the seven-time All-Star told the Dan Patrick Show.

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When asked again, Pippen didn't hesitate. He then proceeded to break down the matchups.

"I probably put Michael (Jordan) on Klay (Thompson)," Pippen added. "I think that my size and length would bother (Stephen Curry) a little bit."

Pippen, a 6-foot-8 Hall of Fame forward, also declared that he could keep the reigning MVP under 20 points.

"I mean, I think if I can keep him under 20 (points), I think I'm doing good...I think I could."