It's a debate that has been raging since the moment this season's Golden State Warriors appeared capable of winning 72.
Who would win a series: Stephen Curry's crew or the team that first won 72, Michael Jordan's 1995-96 Chicago Bulls?
Now, we ask you:
The Phil Jackson-led Bulls were the first team to reach 72, propelled by Jordan and longtime running mate Scottie Pippen, as well as rebounding maestro Dennis Rodman and a certain sharpshooting guard who would later go on to be the coach of . . . these Warriors.
Yes, that's Steve Kerr, who -- with the help of Luke Walton -- has guided Curry, Draymond Green, Klay Thompson & Co. to 72 wins. They reached that milestone Sunday by beating the San Antonio Spurs; No. 73 would happen Wednesday if they beat the Memphis Grizzlies in Oakland.