The defending National Basketball Association (NBA) champion, Golden State Warriors surpassed the all-time records of the Chicago Bulls which was led by the legendary Michael Jordan as the Warriors earned their 73rd regular season victory on Wednesday with a 125-104 blowout victory over the Memphis Grizzlies.
Warriors victory came in the final game of the 82-game NBA regular season of the most popular basketball team in the Bay Area of San Francisco, California. Golden State was able to snapped the previous record of 72 wins set by the world’s most recognized basketball star Michael Jordan during the 1995-1996 Chicago Bulls team.
Before the phenomenal achievement of the Warriors in the NBA, the 73-win victories, the team made an impressive 24-0 start at the beginning of this year’s NBA season. They also won their first 36 homes and became the first team not to lose consecutive games and ended the season with a record-breaking 34 road wins.
One of the NBA’s most but considered as one of the world’s most formidable guard, NBA MVP Stephen Curry once again powered the Warriors victory over the Grizzlies by scoring a game-high 46 points, which includes an impressive 10 three-pointers during the entire game despite the pesky defense from their opponent.
Due to their achievement in the regular season, a huge task is up ahead for the defending NBA champion, Golden State Warriors as they will now turn their focus to the NBA Playoffs where they will play the Houston Rockets in the opening round of the highly anticipated NBA Playoffs.