Michael Jordan once made fun of Stephen Curry and the Warriors with four words.
Michael Jordan is responsible for a significant amount of history being made with the Chicago Bulls. Not only did he win six championships and accomplish two three-peats,
but in 1995–1996 he led Chicago to a record-setting 72 wins in a single season, which was also a record at the time.
However, Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors eventually surpassed that mark by winning 73 games during the 2015–2016 season.
Jordan, on the other hand, did not find the Golden State Warriors' failure to win the title that year to be very impressive. In a later statement, he was critical of Curry and the Warriors, although he only used four words.
Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors, who had just won the title the year before, were able to break the record for most wins in a single season,
which had been held by Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls since the 1995–1996 season. This record stood for 20 years, from the 1995–1996 season until the 2015–2016 season.
The 2015–2016 season was a fantastic one for the Warriors, as they finished the regular season with a record of 73-9. In addition, Stephen Curry was awarded the Most Valuable Player trophy for the second season in a row.
In addition to his league-leading scoring average of 30.1 points per game, he also led the NBA in rebounds (5.4), assists (6.7), and steals (2.1).
After that, the Warriors dominated the first two rounds of the playoffs in 2015–16, winning each round in five games despite facing elimination each time. However,
after eking out a victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder in the Western Conference Finals in seven games, the Warriors were drawn to face LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers in the NBA Finals. This series lasted seven games.