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Shaquille O'Neal and Ryan Hollins get into an argument whether Chicago Bulls from the '90s are better than current Golden State Warriors


There is always a heated discussion about whether certain All-Time great teams are better than the others. In recent years a lot of people have been arguing how the current Golden State Warriors team would actually beat the famous Chicago Bulls team from the '90s simply because of their versatility and the ability to shot the ball better.

During ESPN's show, First Take Shaquille O'Neal and Ryan Hollins had a serious discussion about the current Golden State Warriors and Jordan's Chicago Bulls team. Hollins is convinced the Bulls wouldn't stand a chance against the Warriors while Shaq, on the other hand, believes there is no way a team would be able to beat the Bulls especially if they played by the rules that were enforced back in the day.

O'Neal said the defense is a huge factor in this equation and it was an integral part of Bull's success simply because they had several players on their team that were able to cover multiple positions on defense.

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