With Bogut back on the home court, the Warriors have returned to form in two victories to reach 65 wins--only the second team to do it for two years running, the first being the team that set a lot of records they're going for this year, the late 90s Chicago Bulls. In these two games combined, the Splash Brothers (Curry and Thompson) scored more than 135 points.
Having defeated both the Clippers and Mavs this week, the Warriors now have to guard against lack of concentration as they face clearly inferior opponents, beginning with the Sixers on Sunday. Several players after the game noted that this sort of happened against Dallas (a likely playoff team), when an 18 point lead almost evaporated in the fourth quarter.
Then come the Wizards, who've been on a bit of a tear lately, and the trip to Utah. The Jazz took down Cleveland last week and would dearly love to giant-kill GS as well. The Warriors play Memphis and San Antonio twice more, home and away. Boston, Portland and Minnesota are their other regular season opponents. Put it this way--they have to lose 3 out of the remaining 10 to not break the record for most wins in a season. If they keep winning, they will have the opportunity to tie the record against San Antonio at home.
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