Before the 1995-96 season started, Chicago Bulls superstar Scottie Pippen had a feeling the team was about to do something special.

Jud Buechler, who was part of the second three-peat in Chicago, revealed on The Last Dance that as soon as Pippen saw the 1995-96 schedule, he knew the Bulls were going to destroy the league.

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“We look at the schedule and Scottie's like, ‘Wow, I don't think we're going to lose a game for 3 months,'” Buechler said.

The Bulls started the 1995-96 season 5-0. Their first loss of the campaign came at the hands of the Orlando Magic, the team that defeated them in the second round of the 1995 playoffs.

Chicago went 5-0 following that loss to Orlando before suffering its second loss of the season against the Seattle SuperSonics.

Behind Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen, the Bulls suffered just one two game losing streak during the 1995-96 season. They lost to the Denver Nuggets and Phoenix Suns in February.

In the second-to-last game of the season, the Bulls lost to the Indiana Pacers for their 10th loss of the campaign. The team finished the season by defeating the Washington Bullets to secure a 72-10 record.

Not only are the 1995-96 Bulls the best Chicago team of all-time, but they are also arguably the best team in NBA history by a wide margin. The 2015-16 Golden State Warriors team went 73-9 during the regular season to beat Chicago's record. However, they lost in the 2016 Finals to LeBron James, Kyrie Irving and the Cleveland Cavaliers in seven games and this was after Golden State took a 3-1 series lead.

The Bulls finished their season the right way by defeating the Sonics. Jordan won his fourth Finals MVP and ran into the locker room as soon as the final buzzer sounded. The superstar was very emotional since he had just won his first ring following the tragic passing of his father, who was murdered in June of 1993.