Even if Miami would have won all their remaining games they still wouldn't have equaled the record of the 72-10 Bulls. Not even the same category homie.
That Bulls team made history.....
.....last night the Heat tried to create their own history, but were stopped short, but a short-handed Bulls squad. No hate, no offense, just stating facts homie.
And for the record, 27 in a row is still VERY impressive.
well this miami heat team also made history by winning 27 in a row, history isn't only made once...
Who is taking offense or saying anything otherwise, the bulls won fair and square, yeah that 33 game mark was what they were after but at the end of the day the playoffs/championship is more important by miles.
I also don't get the whole short handed statement, it's one regular season game in basketball, there is so many variables to the game of basketball that just because you remove a teams best player doesn't mean they can't beat elite teams. People can make shots, and elite teams can miss shots, bill simmons explained it great, the bulls could only win 18 in a row when they were trying for it and had a great team to do it and they lost to some bad teams because jordan had an off night or an opposing player went off. Anything can happen once in basketball that's why it's best out of 7 series.
Pistol Peter said:
miami n*ggas acting like they weren't affected at all by the loss
yall n*ggas souls is roasting on an open fire right now fam
nope I was affected after the loss, I wanted them to break the record, but honestly losses don't linger long in the regular season I'm sure any nba fan can attest to that.