The career paths of Stephen Curry and Michael Jordan have been similar, not in terms of individual accolades, but rather in terms of wins.

Stephen Curry and Michael Jordan both contributed significantly to the game of basketball and had similar trajectories. In every way, MJ was better, but their career graphs are similar.

Jordan joined Larry Bird and Magic Johnson as the faces of the NBA in the 1980s. When Stephen Curry entered the league, Kobe Bryant and LeBron James were the two biggest stars.

It took Mike 7 years and the Bulls drafted Scottie Pippen and Horace Grant in 1987 for him to reach the NBA finals for the first time in his career.

Six years after he was drafted in 2009, Steph made his first final appearance after the Warriors drafted Klay Thompson and Draymond Green.

Their teams won their first championships when they both played. There's more to it. The bulls won two more championships after their first, Warriors won two more after losing one.

Like the Bulls of 1996, the 2022 Warriors won their fourth one after a two-year break. There were some uncanny similarities between their regular season win patterns as well.

Outside of Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen, Stephen Curry is the only player to have three seasons in which he scored 65 or more wins

During the 2015-16 season, the Warriors broke the record for regular season wins held by the 1995-96 Bulls (72-10) with 73 wins.

The Dubs won 65 games or more in three of Steph's seasons. Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen are the only coaches with three seasons of 65 wins.

Jordan led the Bulls to 67 wins in 91-92, 69 wins in 96-97, and 72 wins in 95-96.

That happened three straight years between 2014 and 2017. Since the Bulls won four or more Larry O'Briens in the 1990s, Tim Duncan's Spurs and Kobe Bryant's Lakers were the other two NBA dynasties.

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