The Golden State Warriors have a 2-0 lead in the NBA Finals, after two dominant displays against the defending champion Cleveland Cavaliers, and the conversations have begun to swirl about this team possibly being the greatest to ever be assembled in the history of the NBA.
Now 14-0 through the playoffs, the Warriors are only 2 wins away from being the first team in history to sweep the entire NBA postseason. If they are able to pull that off, against LeBron James and the current Cavs roster, they would have a legitimate case as the best ever.
Clay Travis believes that this Warriors team would not have a problem discarding the 1996 Chicago Bulls, often considered the greatest team ever, in 4 or 5 games of a 7-game series.
What do you think? Listen below to hear Clay's opinion on this topic:
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