After a record-breaking regular season that consisted of a 73-9 finish, the Golden State Warriors set another record to end their historic season following Sunday's game against the Cleveland Cavaliers--although it's not the kind of record to be proud of.

First team to lose NBA Finals.

The Warriors became the first team in history to lose the NBA Finals despite havinga 3-1 series lead after losing Game 7 to theCavaliers 93-89 on their home court.

Not only did this historic loss put an end to the debate of the comparisons to the 1995-96 Chicago Bulls, but Dennis Rodman decided to troll the Warriors shortly after the game to make sure the world still knew who the greatest team of all time really was.

Rodman makes valid point.

There's no question what Golden State managed to accomplish during the regular season will always have its mark on history when considering they set the record for most wins after finishing 73-9.

However, when it comes to the great debate about the greatest team of all time, many will give the upper hand to Chicago.The 95-96 Bulls team with Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippen, and Dennis Rodman will always be considered one of the best trios in NBA history and the fact that they managed to come through with a championship that year sets them apart from the Warriors. As impressive as 73 regular season wins is, everyone will look at the Warriors as the team who allowed the Cavaliers to perform the greatest comeback in NBA Finals history.

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Warriors run out of gas

When looking at the last three games of the NBA Finals, it's tough to determine exactly what happened to the Warriorsother than this historic team just simply ran out of gas. What the Warriors managed to accomplish during the regular season will always be considered impressive, but it was clear over the final three games that this was a worn-down team.Between numerous injuries to key players along with a very tough Western Conference Finals series against the Oklahoma City Thunder that went to seven games, Golden State's collapse shouldn't come as a surprise to anyone.

At the end of the day, the path to history was too much for the Warriors to handle and as bad as it sounds--their 73-win season won't belooked at the same moving forward.

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