Draymond Green Says Michael Jordan Told Him to Break Bulls’ Wins Record

April 10th, 2016 by Mike Norris Leave a reply »

The Golden State Warriors tied the 1995-96 Chicago Bulls with their 72nd victory of the season Sunday, a 92-86 win over the San Antonio Spurs, but they've faced plenty of criticism throughout the record-breaking campaign.

Many, including former Bulls players, thought if the Warriors could go back in time, they wouldn't stand a chance against the Bulls—a team that coincidentally included Golden State's head coach, Steve Kerr—per Zach Harper of CBS Sports.

However, Michael Jordan, the main reason for Chicago's victories, is apparently in favor of the Warriors breaking the record. Golden State power forward Draymond Green said Jordan told him the Warriors should do all they can to break the record, per Ethan Strauss of ESPN.com (via Harper).

"Mike told me at All-Star, 'Go win the record. Go get the record. If y'all don't win this record, I'm going to be hot, and I'm blaming you,'" Green said.

Jordan has six NBA championships and dozens of individual awards that he can hang his hat on. However, he was also one of the most competitive people in all of sports.

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