After tying the NBA record for most consecutive home games won last week by blowing out the Oklahoma City Thunder, the Golden State Warriors created history again on Monday by breaking the Chicago Bulls’ record from the 1995-96 season when they defeated the Orlando Magic.
The Bulls won 44 consecutive home games from March 30, 1995, until April 4, 1996. That guided them to a NBA record breaking season with 72 wins — a mark the Warriors are currently on pace to break after making light work of the Thunder for the third time this season.
“You can’t even dream that stuff up,” said Warriors’ coach Steve Kerr, who played on those Chicago teams. “It’s been that kind of season for us.”
Very little has gone wrong for Golden State this season, but on Sunday at the Staples Center, a red-hot Lakers outfit lead by Jordan Clarkson and DeAngelo Russell, had an unstoppable night blowing the defending champs out of the water. It was at that point that fans started to feel sorry for Orlando, and the rage fueled inferno that was about to rain down upon them.
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