Golden State Warriors Break NBA Record Behind Steph Curry
Prior to their Sunday night game, the Golden State Warriors were coming off a lost to Boston on Friday. 5 games away from matching the 1995-1996 Chicago Bulls’ 73 wins in a single season, the Warriors needed to get back to winning ways. The Warriors were able to bounce back Sunday night with an emphatic 136 – 111 win against the Portland trail Blazers, as the Warriors break NBA record for threes made in a season.
While chasing the longest winning streak record the Warriors did set a new record during this game, becoming the first team in NBA history to make 1000 three-pointers. This is one of the numerous achievements of this Golden State Warrior team, other milestones includes; team with the most wins to start a season (24), team with the most consecutive home victories (54) and team with the most wins in a season in franchise history (69 and counting).
Chasing 73 Wins
The Warriors have improved their gameplay this season and are doing a lot of things right, which includes nailing three-pointers at an incredible rate. Warriors’ point guard Stephen Curry, who recently broke the record of single-season record for three-pointers, contributed 9 of the Warriors’ 18 three-pointers against the Trail-Blazers.
Will Curry and the Warriors go ahead to match or break Michael Jordan’s 1995-1996 Bulls team 73 wins in a season?