The Golden State Warriors road to 73 wins continue with 123-116 victory over Phoenix Suns on Saturday night at Oracle Arena. The victory added another NBA record of home win streak to 48 as the Warriors improved to 59-6 win-loss record. Coach Steve Kerr add twist by putting Stephen Curry for the bench enough to shine. Curry nearly sat out in the third quarter only to come back with furries in the fourth and Golden State for the win.
It was after picking up Curry’s fourth foul midway through the third and returned back to score 15 more of his casual 35 points night. This happened as the bench keep the score within reach despite trailing 10 points at one time in the second half. Marreese Speights pick up the slack by chipping in 25 points from the reserve. The same night when the Warriors announced Andre Iguodala out for two weeks due ankle sprain injury.
So, can the Warriors beat Bulls record 72 wins? Yes, the Warriors beat Bulls record as it come closer with 17 games to go. The Warriors 59-6 record is better than 58-7 record set by the 1996 Chicago Bulls with same number of games left.
Here’s Golden State vs Phoenix video highlights
4th quarter #SPLASH party during a #SlateNight comeback.
Posted by Golden State Warriors on Saturday, March 12, 2016
Check the remaining games schedule of Warriors on the road to 73 wins.
Warriors vs. Pelicans (March 14)
Warriors vs. Knicks (March 16)
Warriors @ Mavericks (March 18)
Warriors @ Spurs (March 19)
Warriors @ Timberwolves (March 21)
Warriors vs. Clippers (March 23)
Warriors vs. Mavericks (March 25)
Warriors vs. Sixers (March 27)
Warriors vs. Wizards (March 29)
Warriors @ Jazz (March 30)
Warriors vs. Celtics (April 1)
Warriors vs. Blazers (April 3)
Warriors vs. Timberwolves (April 5)
Warriors vs. Spurs (April 7)
Warriors @ Grizzlies (April 9)
Warriors @ Spurs (April 10)
Warriors vs. Grizzlies (April 13)