Because they won 73 out of 82 games in their regular season, beating a record set by the '95-'96 Chicago Bulls. [ more › ]
The greatest NBA team of all-time debate is endless. Some list the 1985-86 and 2001-02 Los Angeles Lakers, the 1986-87 Boston Celtics and the 1995-96 Chicago Bulls as worthy candidates. One title not up for debate? The team with the greatest season of all-time, the 2015-16 Golden State Warriors.
Chicago Bulls rumors about a trade of Jimmy Butler or Derrick Rose are buzzing. The Bulls rumors were addressed by general manager Gar Forman, who has a lot to say about how the team is going to approach the NBA offseason. A report from ESPN.com on Thursday, April 14 states that some big changes could... Show More Summary
Was there any doubt, really, that Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors were going to let the NBA’s all-time record for regular season wins, set by Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls, slip away? Not a chance. Curry set an individual record by finishing the regular season with 402 three-pointers and, as the Warriors won for […]
The 2015-16 NBA regular season was defined by various historic pursuits, and the postseason should be no different. Not only are the Golden State Warriors seeking back-to-back titles after shattering the 1995-96 Chicago Bulls' single-season...Show More Summary
Seventy-three wins is unfathomable. Seventy-two wins is barely fathomable, and that’s only because the record books say the 1995-96 Chicago Bulls actually achieved it. Read more...
Golden State made history Wednesday with a dominant win to top the 1995-96 Chicago Bulls' single-season wins record.
History. It still seems unfathomable that any team could surpass the 1995-96 Chicago Bulls' all-time record of 72 wins in a season, but that is exactly what the Golden State Warriors did in 2015-16. Golden State won its 73rd game ofShow More Summary
Behind Stephen Curry, Golden State reached 73 wins, eclipsing the old record that they shared for three days with the 1995-96 Chicago Bulls.
With the team's win over the Memphis Grizzlies on Wednesday night, the Warriors finished the regular season 73-9, a game better than the 1995-1996 Chicago Bulls.
Kobe Bryant’s career spans a remarkable amount of NBA history, from the late years of the Chicago Bulls dynasty through the rise of the Golden State Warriors. If there’s been one constant through all those years, it’s that the best player in the league has never, ever been Kobe Bryant. Read more...
Golden State Warriors power forward Draymond Green claims basketball legend Michael Jordan had one request for him and his team coming into the tail end of the season.
Twenty years ago, when the Michael Jordan-led Chicago Bulls set the single season wins mark at 72 games, many people thought it was imply one of those sports records that would stand forever.
There is a time and a place to dissect the on-court performances of the 1995-96 Chicago Bulls and 2015-16 Golden State Warriors. But now is neither that time nor that place. As the Warriors' march toward the NBA's wins record nears completion,...Show More Summary
The finale of the 2015-16 NBA season will be one for the history books. While the Golden State Warriors battle the Memphis Grizzlies for win No. 73—which would edge the 1995-96 Chicago Bulls' single-season record of 72-10—the basketball...Show More Summary
The 2015-16 season has been nothing short of disastrous for the Chicago Bulls, and it took another turn when star player Jimmy Butler reportedly flew separately from his teammates for Monday’s 121-116 win over the New Orleans Pelicans. That...Show More Summary
Stephen Curry never figured the Chicago Bulls' 72-win mark could be matched or eclipsed.
The Chicago Bulls traded veteran point guard Kirk Hinrich to the Atlanta Hawks at the Feb. 18 trade deadline as a way to procure a trade exception, a second-round pick and luxury-tax savings of $2.5 million, but the move reportedly didn't sit well in the team's locker room. According to the Chicago Tribune's K.C. Show More Summary
The Golden State Warriors are on the brink of making history after winning their 72nd game against the San Antonio Spurs, tying them with the 1995-96 Chicago Bulls for the most wins in a season.
The 1995-96 Chicago Bulls, greatly enhanced by Michael Jordan’s return after a two-year hiatus, won an NBA record 72 games en route to three consecutive titles.