Bill Wennington was a member of the 1995-96 Chicago Bulls.
He's currently the Bulls' radio analyst.
His thoughts on the Warriors potentially winning 73 games?
"Do I want them to do it? No," Wennington candidly said to ESPN's "Mike & Mike" on Friday morning. "Do we want them to do it? No. We'd be lying if we said, 'Yeah, sure, go ahead, who cares.'
"We don't want them to win it."
Wennington averaged 5.3 points and 2.5 rebounds over 15 minutes per game for the historic Chicago squad.
His teammate on that team, Randy Brown, shares Wennington's sentiment.
"I was with Randy Brown, and yes, every time Golden State loses, we look at each other and smile and thumbs up, 'We need a couple more to get this done.'" Wennington said. "But they're playing well. They're a good team and we'll see what happens."
The Warriors knocked off the Spurs on Thursday night to claim win No. 70. To break the Bulls' record, Golden State needs to win at Memphis and at San Antonio on Saturday and Sunday respectively, and beat the Grizzlies at Oracle Arena next Wednesday.
"For Golden State, this has been a tremendous journey and a great ride, and I hope they lose another game (laughing)," Wennington added.
Scottie Pippen recently said that if the '96 Bulls faced the '16 Warriors in a hypothetical seven-game series, Chicago would sweep.
"I would agree with Scottie," Wennington said. "The defense that Michael, Scottie, Dennis and Ron Harper played -- they could play big or small. They could guard anyone on the floor at any time.
"Luc Longley was huge. I'm 7-feet tall and Luc Longley makes me look small. I don't think Draymond Green could keep him from getting the ball in the low post -- not that Luc was gonna be a giant scorer, but a lot of our offense started in the post and worked around that. So Luc's gonna be able to catch the ball."
Luc Longley averaged 9.1 points per game in 1995-96 and shot 48.2 percent from the floor.
Draymond Green is one of the top two candidates for Defensive Player of the Year this season.
Last year, Draymond finished runner-up for the award.
Wennington's DPOY ballot: Anthony Davis (1st), Kawhi Leonard (2nd), Tony Allen (3rd).