When it comes to comparisons in the NBA, comparing anything to Michael Jordan and the Bulls is considered a crime against basketball, as MJ and Chicago were just too dominant during the 1990's, to the point where no team or no one can rival them. That hasn't stopped Klay Thompson from trying though.
Many teams aspire to be as great as the 90's Bulls -- a team which ripped off 6 titles in 8 years, including two three-peats -- but not many come close. According to Thompson though, the Warriors are hoping to reach the same level of dominance as Chicago and says they're already getting close.
Klay is correct, they are only a third of the way there, but with the way the team has been constructed, they have a legitimate chance of matching the Bulls' reign of terror.
All four of the Warriors' young and talented core are less than 30, and all four of them are extremely unselfish individuals, meaning the foursome could stick around together for a very long time, and win a whole bunch of titles.
Golden State has already proven they can win titles with their championships in both 2015 and 2017, and it's not unfathomable to think that they can contend for the next 5-7 years if things go their way.
Thompson may be jinxing things with his comments, but you can't knock the confidence he has for himself and his teammates.