Toni Kukoc, Bill Wennington, More Former Bulls Comment on Warriors Comparisons

January 20th, 2016 by Joe Pantorno Leave a reply »
On Wednesday night, the Chicago Bulls will be hosting the 38-4 Golden State Warriors, a team that has been compared to the 72-10 Michael Jordan-led Bulls team of 1995-96. 

As the defending champions continue to chase that team's mark for the best single-season record in NBA history, some members of that Bulls team are giving their take on the Warriors, per's Nick Friedell. 

Toni Kukoc, the small forward behind Scottie Pippen, was confident about who would win in a matchup between these two great teams. 

"I'll bet you out of, I don't know 15 players, probably 16 would say that we would beat them," Kukoc said. 

Still, Kukoc had high praise for Golden State guard Stephen Curry, who continues to light up the league. 

"There are people [who] think that he's the best player in the league," he said. "It's hard to argue that he is the best player, but he is certainly the best scorer, the best shooter, very, very talented ball-handling guy and he uses every bit of it. It's a pleasure to watch him."   

Bulls commentator Bill Wennington, once a backup center, has been watch ...

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