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Old 12-06-2012, 12:25 PM   #131
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Default Re: What would the 72-10 Bull's record look like playing this year?

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Originally Posted by LeBird
It's actually about 2 years and ago; even though 3 years ago he was still better than Pippen.

Anyway, That Bulls team was a great team, without a doubt, but played in a watered down league. It would not post the same record. The league is better now - although not as competitive as the 80s. I'd say 65-69 is the right guessing range.
Why does the same nonsense continue to be regurgitated? Ill ask younthe samenquestion I asked Mcfly. If expansion had that much of an effect on the Bulls record, how do you rationalize them winning 55 in 94 without Jordan, a rookie Kukoc, and a downgrade in Grant instead of Rodman and Pippen missing 10 games in which they went 3-7. Pre expansion mind you.


And what makes the 80s so competive? You essentially had two teams go to the championship every year.

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