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1997 Chicago Bulls vs. 2017 Golden State Warriors

the ghost
the ghost CraftsmanThe OthersideMembers Posts: 4,559 ✭✭✭✭✭
edited July 2017 in From the Cheap Seats
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1997 Chicago Bulls vs. 2017 Golden State Warriors 24 votes

Bulls 4-0
8%
KnowReasonForPeaceTheGOAT 2 votes
Bulls 4-1
8%
emaculateBedStuy 2 votes
Bulls 4-2
25%
northside7jmolgoldenjaTheBoyRoCashmoneyDuxRevolver Ocelot 6 votes
Bulls 4-3
25%
the ghostS.jR.its....JOHN BKairoTurfaholicchgarcia345 6 votes
Warriors 4-0
0%
Warriors 4-1
8%
joeyfkncrakkmatt mane 2 votes
Warriors 4-2
12%
the_focused_oneYoung_ChitlinHafBayked 3 votes
Warriors 4-3
12%
TrillfateJonah 2.0AwardTour 3 votes

Comments

  • twentyfivelighters
    twentyfivelighters 'Sippi LandMembers Posts: 4,771 ✭✭✭✭✭
    You don't be posting in NBA threads muthafucka
  • Trillfate
    Trillfate "i used to like the Ride more now i like the Race...i used like the Prize more now i like the Chase" Members Posts: 24,008 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Warriors 4-3
    Dubs in 7
  • the ghost
    the ghost Craftsman The OthersideMembers Posts: 4,559 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Bulls 4-3
    You don't be posting in NBA threads muthafucka

    So?
  • marc123
    marc123 Members Posts: 16,999 ✭✭✭✭✭
    not this 🤬 again
  • Ghost of Jaemooms
    Ghost of Jaemooms "He didnt get banned until his city started winning.."Members Posts: 857 ✭✭✭✭
    edited July 2017
  • Turfaholic
    Turfaholic It's not too complicated, but you're gonna need a bulletproof soul The Bay 2 Sin CityMembers Posts: 20,428 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Bulls 4-3
    Da Bulls
  • the_focused_one
    the_focused_one Members Posts: 560 ✭✭✭✭
    Warriors 4-2
    To be safe, Dubs in 6... Probably 5.

    It wouldn't even be close. The Warriors depth and offensive firepower would overwhelm the Bulls. They never faced a team anywhere near as loaded as Golden State in the finals.
  • HafBayked
    HafBayked Members Posts: 16,248 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Warriors 4-2
    new school rules

    old school rules in place, Bulls take it in 6

  • the_focused_one
    the_focused_one Members Posts: 560 ✭✭✭✭
    Warriors 4-2
    New school- Warriors Sweep.

    Old School- Warriors in 6 or 5.
  • HafBayked
    HafBayked Members Posts: 16,248 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Warriors 4-2
    To be safe, Dubs in 6... Probably 5.

    It wouldn't even be close. The Warriors depth and offensive firepower would overwhelm the Bulls. They never faced a team anywhere near as loaded as Golden State in the finals.

    if the 90's rules were in play a whole lot of that fire power would be void....Draymond gettin ejected after Rodman picks on him for a few mins......Klay got a job on his hands....Steph gone be tired and aggravated

    it aint 🤬 you can do about a 7 foot shooter in either scenario lol
  • the_focused_one
    the_focused_one Members Posts: 560 ✭✭✭✭
    edited August 2017
    Warriors 4-2
    HafBayked wrote: »
    To be safe, Dubs in 6... Probably 5.

    It wouldn't even be close. The Warriors depth and offensive firepower would overwhelm the Bulls. They never faced a team anywhere near as loaded as Golden State in the finals.

    if the 90's rules were in play a whole lot of that fire power would be void....Draymond gettin ejected after Rodman picks on him for a few mins......Klay got a job on his hands....Steph gone be tired and aggravated

    it aint 🤬 you can do about a 7 foot shooter in either scenario lol

    How so? Even with Scottie doin' his thing as the greatest perimeter guard and MJ not too far behind, there is only so much Pip could do against Durant, and MJ could probably lockdown Klay without too much problem, but Harper wouldn't keep up against Curry. Plus there is no evidence of any of them stoppin' the long 3, especially during the two years the 3 point was moved UP to only 22 ft.

    As for Rodman getting to Draymond... perhaps. But would Draymond get ejected though? Since cats LOVE to talk about how PHYSICAL the game was in the 90s (a myth propagated by YouTube compilations and ESPN), who's to say Draymond doesn't get to Rodman as well?

    Also, Rodman made his bread and butter as an INTERIOR defender. Draymond would force him out of the paint with his 3 ball and off ball movement. Rodman would be much more challenged than usual having to follow Draymond everywhere on the court, especially with the ILLEGAL DEFENSE rule back in play.

    What it would really come down to in a 90s era Finals is 3 things:

    1) How many 3s could the Bulls defense limit WHILE ALSO having to guard the Dubs MAN TO MAN with NO OFF BALL DOUBLE TEAMS.

    2) How the Bulls bench would be able to do ANYTHING effective against the Warriors bench.

    3) How many free-throws would the officials give Jordan to keep the gap close enough for the Bulls to have a chance in the 4th quarter of games.

    I swear cats haven't really thought this thing through...
  • HafBayked
    HafBayked Members Posts: 16,248 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Warriors 4-2
    HafBayked wrote: »
    To be safe, Dubs in 6... Probably 5.

    It wouldn't even be close. The Warriors depth and offensive firepower would overwhelm the Bulls. They never faced a team anywhere near as loaded as Golden State in the finals.

    if the 90's rules were in play a whole lot of that fire power would be void....Draymond gettin ejected after Rodman picks on him for a few mins......Klay got a job on his hands....Steph gone be tired and aggravated

    it aint 🤬 you can do about a 7 foot shooter in either scenario lol

    How so? Even with Scottie doin' his thing as the greatest perimeter guard and MJ not too far behind, there is only so much Pip could do against Durant, and MJ could probably lockdown Klay without too much problem, but Harper wouldn't keep up against Curry. Plus there is no evidence of any of them stoppin' the long 3, especially during the two years the 3 point was moved UP to only 22 ft.

    As for Rodman getting to Draymond... perhaps. But would Draymond get ejected though? Since cats LOVE to talk about how PHYSICAL the game was in the 90s (a myth propagated by YouTube compilations and ESPN), who's to say Draymond doesn't get to Rodman as well?

    Also, Rodman made his bread and butter as an INTERIOR defender. Draymond would force him out of the paint with his 3 ball and off ball movement. Rodman would be much more challenged than usual having to follow Draymond everywhere on the court, especially with the ILLEGAL DEFENSE rule back in play.

    What it would really come down to in a 90s era Finals is 3 things:

    1) How many 3s could the Bulls defense limit WHILE ALSO having to guard the Dubs MAN TO MAN with NO OFF BALL DOUBLE TEAMS.

    2) How the Bulls bench would be able to do ANYTHING effective against the Warriors bench.

    3) How many free-throws would the officials give Jordan to keep the gap close enough for the Bulls to have a chance in the 4th quarter of games.

    I swear cats haven't really thought this thing through...

    we see you have.....for 2 days

    I must be allowed at least that much time to prepare my thesis

  • the_focused_one
    the_focused_one Members Posts: 560 ✭✭✭✭
    Warriors 4-2
    HafBayked wrote: »
    HafBayked wrote: »
    To be safe, Dubs in 6... Probably 5.

    It wouldn't even be close. The Warriors depth and offensive firepower would overwhelm the Bulls. They never faced a team anywhere near as loaded as Golden State in the finals.

    if the 90's rules were in play a whole lot of that fire power would be void....Draymond gettin ejected after Rodman picks on him for a few mins......Klay got a job on his hands....Steph gone be tired and aggravated

    it aint 🤬 you can do about a 7 foot shooter in either scenario lol

    How so? Even with Scottie doin' his thing as the greatest perimeter guard and MJ not too far behind, there is only so much Pip could do against Durant, and MJ could probably lockdown Klay without too much problem, but Harper wouldn't keep up against Curry. Plus there is no evidence of any of them stoppin' the long 3, especially during the two years the 3 point was moved UP to only 22 ft.

    As for Rodman getting to Draymond... perhaps. But would Draymond get ejected though? Since cats LOVE to talk about how PHYSICAL the game was in the 90s (a myth propagated by YouTube compilations and ESPN), who's to say Draymond doesn't get to Rodman as well?

    Also, Rodman made his bread and butter as an INTERIOR defender. Draymond would force him out of the paint with his 3 ball and off ball movement. Rodman would be much more challenged than usual having to follow Draymond everywhere on the court, especially with the ILLEGAL DEFENSE rule back in play.

    What it would really come down to in a 90s era Finals is 3 things:

    1) How many 3s could the Bulls defense limit WHILE ALSO having to guard the Dubs MAN TO MAN with NO OFF BALL DOUBLE TEAMS.

    2) How the Bulls bench would be able to do ANYTHING effective against the Warriors bench.

    3) How many free-throws would the officials give Jordan to keep the gap close enough for the Bulls to have a chance in the 4th quarter of games.

    I swear cats haven't really thought this thing through...

    we see you have.....for 2 days

    I must be allowed at least that much time to prepare my thesis

    Real talk it took me 10 minutes from reading your reply to typing out my response haha.

    You ain't gonna need 2 days bro, I'm just not a power user on these boards LoL.
  • HafBayked
    HafBayked Members Posts: 16,248 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Warriors 4-2
    Jokes man but yeah I didnt run thru all that 🤬

    I still had the Warriors taking it in the same number of games

    just dont see them firing up the 97 Bulls the way they do current teams

    it aint gone run as smooth
  • the_focused_one
    the_focused_one Members Posts: 560 ✭✭✭✭
    Warriors 4-2
    HafBayked wrote: »
    Jokes man but yeah I didnt run thru all that 🤬

    I still had the Warriors taking it in the same number of games

    just dont see them firing up the 97 Bulls the way they do current teams

    it aint gone run as smooth

    It definitely wouldn't be as smooth. But I think a lot of cats on here really don't understand the difference in shooting ability or the DEPTH of the Warriors roster vs the Bulls. Outside of Kukoc and sometimes Kerr, the Bulls would pretty much have to leave their starting 5 on the floor for almost the entire series to have a chance.
  • Trollio
    Trollio Trollololololololololol Members Posts: 25,815 ✭✭✭✭✭
    So basically its only 1 team that can stop the dubs....



    Dream team.


    Its the voltron of all voltrons
  • the_focused_one
    the_focused_one Members Posts: 560 ✭✭✭✭
    Warriors 4-2
    Trollio wrote: »
    So basically its only 1 team that can stop the dubs....



    Dream team.


    Its the voltron of all voltrons

    Maybe. LMAO.
  • Trollio
    Trollio Trollololololololololol Members Posts: 25,815 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Trollio wrote: »
    So basically its only 1 team that can stop the dubs....



    Dream team.


    Its the voltron of all voltrons

    Maybe. LMAO.

    U saying maybe lol
  • Trollio
    Trollio Trollololololololololol Members Posts: 25,815 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Magic
    Jordan
    Bird
    Barkely
    Robinson


    Bench:
    Stockon
    Mullin
    Pippen
    Malone
    Ewing


    And yall saying maybe they can get a win...


    Wow
  • Shizlansky
    Shizlansky Members Posts: 35,095 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Trollio wrote: »
    So basically its only 1 team that can stop the dubs....



    Dream team.


    Its the voltron of all voltrons

    Prime lakers with Shaq and Kobe
    Prime Lakers with Magic, Worthy and KAJ
    Prime Duncan, Parker and Manu

    To much inside muscle for Green and whoever set of bugs they throw out there
  • the_focused_one
    the_focused_one Members Posts: 560 ✭✭✭✭
    Warriors 4-2
    Shizlansky wrote: »
    Trollio wrote: »
    So basically its only 1 team that can stop the dubs....



    Dream team.


    Its the voltron of all voltrons

    Prime lakers with Shaq and Kobe
    Prime Lakers with Magic, Worthy and KAJ
    Prime Duncan, Parker and Manu

    To much inside muscle for Green and whoever set of bugs they throw out there
    Maybe Prime Lakers with Magic, Worthy, KAJ, Cooper and Rambus.

    The other two... eh.... possibly. Prime Shaq and Kobe still wouldn't have much scoring off the bench, but Prime San Antonio would be somewhat interesting.

    What people are also forgetting is that the Warriors have a top tier ranked defense too. And "muscle" would mean very little when the Warriors are dropping 25 3s a game on you...
  • Shizlansky
    Shizlansky Members Posts: 35,095 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Shizlansky wrote: »
    Trollio wrote: »
    So basically its only 1 team that can stop the dubs....



    Dream team.


    Its the voltron of all voltrons

    Prime lakers with Shaq and Kobe
    Prime Lakers with Magic, Worthy and KAJ
    Prime Duncan, Parker and Manu

    To much inside muscle for Green and whoever set of bugs they throw out there
    Maybe Prime Lakers with Magic, Worthy, KAJ, Cooper and Rambus.

    The other two... eh.... possibly. Prime Shaq and Kobe still wouldn't have much scoring off the bench, but Prime San Antonio would be somewhat interesting.

    What people are also forgetting is that the Warriors have a top tier ranked defense too. And "muscle" would mean very little when the Warriors are dropping 25 3s a game on you...

    Their defense is good.

    But their offense is so elite it forces teams in terrible shot selection just to try and catch up
  • Trillfate
    Trillfate "i used to like the Ride more now i like the Race...i used like the Prize more now i like the Chase" Members Posts: 24,008 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Warriors 4-3
    HafBayked wrote: »
    To be safe, Dubs in 6... Probably 5.

    It wouldn't even be close. The Warriors depth and offensive firepower would overwhelm the Bulls. They never faced a team anywhere near as loaded as Golden State in the finals.

    if the 90's rules were in play a whole lot of that fire power would be void....Draymond gettin ejected after Rodman picks on him for a few mins......Klay got a job on his hands....Steph gone be tired and aggravated

    it aint 🤬 you can do about a 7 foot shooter in either scenario lol

    How so? Even with Scottie doin' his thing as the greatest perimeter guard and MJ not too far behind, there is only so much Pip could do against Durant, and MJ could probably lockdown Klay without too much problem, but Harper wouldn't keep up against Curry. Plus there is no evidence of any of them stoppin' the long 3, especially during the two years the 3 point was moved UP to only 22 ft.

    As for Rodman getting to Draymond... perhaps. But would Draymond get ejected though? Since cats LOVE to talk about how PHYSICAL the game was in the 90s (a myth propagated by YouTube compilations and ESPN), who's to say Draymond doesn't get to Rodman as well?

    Also, Rodman made his bread and butter as an INTERIOR defender. Draymond would force him out of the paint with his 3 ball and off ball movement. Rodman would be much more challenged than usual having to follow Draymond everywhere on the court, especially with the ILLEGAL DEFENSE rule back in play.

    What it would really come down to in a 90s era Finals is 3 things:

    1) How many 3s could the Bulls defense limit WHILE ALSO having to guard the Dubs MAN TO MAN with NO OFF BALL DOUBLE TEAMS.

    2) How the Bulls bench would be able to do ANYTHING effective against the Warriors bench.

    3) How many free-throws would the officials give Jordan to keep the gap close enough for the Bulls to have a chance in the 4th quarter of games.

    I swear cats haven't really thought this thing through...
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  • Shizlansky
    Shizlansky Members Posts: 35,095 ✭✭✭✭✭
    I got the bulls winning

    Hard to count out MJ.

    And their perimeter defense was elite