The Miami Heat are four wins away from becoming the second team since Michael Jordan’s Chicago Bulls to win three consecutive NBA titles, but is Miami a better team than the six-time champion Bulls of the 1990s?
It’s clear that basketball fans and players love nothing more than discussing which historic team would win a hypothetical matchup. Former Chicago Bulls forward Horace Grant cast the first stone in the Chicago-Miami debate by saying that Jordan’s Bulls wouldn’t have any trouble with LeBron. Grant joined WSCR in Chicago and made it clear that the Bulls would roll over the two-time defending champs.
“The Heat wouldn’t have had a chance. We would have locked them up. We would have locked them up. Especially with the rules today, Michael would have had a field day.”
Although Grant is entirely entitled to his opinion, it remains just that…an opinion. And just like the old saying goes: Opinions are like assh***s, everybody’s got one – and Horace Grant is a big one.
Contributing Writer: J. Gonzo