Every time an NBA team gets off to a hot start, the question comes up — can they match the ’96 Bulls?

The Warriors are the latest team to come up in that conversation, but at least one member of the team isn’t buying it.

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When asked Sunday night if his 21-2 Warriors squad had a chance at matching the record of the 1995-96 Bulls, coach Steve Kerr offered a quick and definitive answer.

"Oh God, no. No!" Kerr told reporters, according to ESPN.com's Ethan Strauss.

Kerr knows a thing or two about that

Bulls team, as he played a key role in helping them go 72-10 en route to their fourth championship in the 1990s. He averaged 8.0 points per game and shot 52 percent from 3-point range as a backup to Michael Jordan.

Kerr's Warriors came up with a 128-122 overtime win over the Pelicans Sunday night for their 16th straight win. Still, Kerr says his squad is missing one key ingredient.

“We had this guy named Michael Jordan on that team,” Kerr said. 

The Warriors have an identical record to that Bulls team through 23 games. The Bulls didn't pick up their third loss until the 26th game of the 1996 season, according to Basketball-Reference.com.