Stephen Curry was asked if he thought his Golden State Warriors team with Kevin Durant could beat Michael Jordan and the 1996 Chicago Bulls in a recent chat with GQ. Not only was his answer yes, but he said in six games too. Sports Illustrated hosts Ashley Nicole Moss and Robin Lundberg discussed who would win the hypothetical matchup and the merits of the discussion as a whole.
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