1995-96 Bulls or 2016-17 Warriors?

The Warriors staked their claim as best NBA team of all time by going 16-1 in the playoffs and capturing the NBA title. With a lineup that includes two league MVPs, two other stars and quality role players, there hasn’t been a team like these Warriors ever before.

Could the 2016-17 Warriors beat the team that’s widely considered as the best ever, though? The 1995-96 Bulls featured the best player in the history of the league in Michael Jordan, greats in Scottie Pippen and Dennis Rodman and a number of effective role players around them.

Green picks up his third personal foul with two minutes left in the first half, then gets hit with a technical foul for arguing with official Monty McCutchen. Oh boy.

There’s a Draymond sucks! chant circulating through the arena.

LeBron James is now over halfway to surpassing Michael Jordan in all-time postseason points, with 15. He is currently shooting 5 of 6 from the field and 5 of 8 from the free throw line.

A controversial personal foul (plus a technical) won’t go over well in Boston. The Celtics already have 15 personal fouls, and the Cavs lead 52-31.

The Cavs aren’t messing around in Game 5, leading 43-27 in Boston after the first quarter. They are shooting 16 of 23 from the field and have set a franchise record for most points scored in a playoff quarter. LeBron James has a game-high 11 points, while Kevin Love has 10. Marcus Smart has a team-high six points apiece for the Celtics.

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Eduardo Rodriguez injury update: Red Sox lefty headed to DL after bullpen slip

Eduardo Rodriguez insisted he was fine after falling in the bullpen while warming up for Thursday night’s start in Baltimore.

He ended up turning in his worst start of the season, surrendering four home runs in a 7-5 loss, and now the left-hander is headed to the 10-day disabled list with a knee injury.

Red Sox general manager Dave Dombrowski confirmed the roster move to reporters before Friday’s game, saying the team hopes it’s a short-term issue but Rodriguez will see Dr. James Andrews on Monday for a second opinion.

Rodriguez’s pregame tumble in the bullpen at Camden Yards was nothing crazy, he told reporters following the game, and said his struggles were the result of just missing his pitches and the Orioles making good contact.

Bryce Harper leads the NL All-Star balloting by a wide margin, but he’s not the only dominating presence in the voting.

Two Cubs currently lead the voting at their position, three more are second, and Cubs outfielders rank 3-5 in the results, released Tuesday by Major League Baseball.

With more than 900,000 votes thus far, Harper has a third more votes than the next highest in the balloting, Nationals second baseman Daniel Murphy (669,643 votes).

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