Golden State was led by Stephen Curry who hit 10 three-pointers and finished with 46 points, four rebounds and six assists. Curry now has made 402 three-pointers in the regular season, the most ever by a player in a single season.
This game turned into a blowout rather quick as Curry hit seven three-pointers in the first and the Warriors scored 37 points in the quarter to go up by 14 points. They cruised again in the second by scoring 33 points in the quarter. And after building up a 20-point lead after the third, Curry and Green were able to sit out for the entire fourth quarter, getting in some extra rest before they take on the Houston Rockets in the postseason.
The Warriors will end the 2015-2016 regular season with a 73-9 record, which is just incredible. Think about that for a second. Golden State only lost nine times this season and they have never lost on a back-to-back. The first team to do so. The Warriors also have the most road wins of all-time (34) and are the first team to never lose to the same team twice.
As soon as Chicago won its 72nd game in 1996, the Bulls' record was seen as unbreakable. Now the very same thing can be said of Golden State's record.