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Wager on the Warriors' run at the 72-win Bulls


Wager on the Warriors' run at the 72-win Bulls

Wager on the Warriors' run at the 72-win Bulls | SBO Press ReleaseWager on the Warriors' run at the 72-win Bulls

The history book is quickly closing on the Golden State Warriors, who come into Thursday’s massive matchup with the San Antonio Spurs at 69-9 – three wins shy of tying the 1995-96 Chicago Bulls for the most victories in a NBA regular season.

Golden State has just four games remaining on the schedule, which means it must win each of those contests to break the Bulls 72-win mark, and oddsmakers at don’t like their chances. has set the Warriors as Even money (wager $100 to win $100) long shots to break the Bulls’ win record, while pricing “No” Golden State won’t set the new record at -120 (wager $120 to win $100).

The Warriors' biggest challenges during this four-game stretch are a pair of games against San Antonio, which is chasing down Golden State for the top seed in the Western Conference. As impressive as the Warriors’ run has been, the Spurs have been almost as dominant, boasting a 65-12 record heading into Thursday’s clash.

So far this season, these Western heavyweights have traded blows at home with the host winning in San Antonio and Golden State. Thursday’s game is inside Oracle Arena in Oakland, where San Antonio was thrashed by the Warriors 120-90 back in late January. They play for a final time on April 10 in the AT&T Center, where the Spurs are a perfect 39-0 SU including an 87-79 win over Golden State back in March.

The other team looking to spoil the party for the Warriors is the Memphis Grizzlies, who also play Stephen Curry & Co. twice in the final four games. Memphis, which was rolled by Golden State twice earlier in the season, would love to exact some level revenge after the Warriors eliminated the Grizzlies from the playoffs in the second round last year.

The wheels have wobbled a bit for the Warriors down the stretch, recently losing outright as big double-digit favorites to the Boston Celtics and Minnesota Timberwolves – both losses coming at home.

The 1995-96 Bulls, led by Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippen, and Dennis Rodman, went 3-1 SU in their final four games of the season, but had matched the 1971-72 Los Angeles Lakers’ 69-win record the game prior to that stretch.

If you think the Warriors still have enough to break the Bulls’ 72-win mark, make sure to grab Golden State “Yes” at Even money with

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