KyleBerke
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Stephen Curry had an uncharacteristic off-shooting night, Golden State committed 24 turnovers to squander an early 17-point lead and the Warriors hit an unexpected obstacle on their quest for 73 wins by losing 124-117 in overtime to the Minnesota Timberwolves Tuesday night. The Warriors (69-9) have lost twice at home in the past five nights. Their record 54-game home winning streak in the regular season was snapped Friday by Boston and they lost again to the Timberwolves, failing in their first attempt to join the Bulls as the only teams to win 70 games in a season. Chicago also lost two late home games that season before ending up with the record 72 wins. The Warriors now must sweep their final four games to break that mark. They play the Spurs (65-12) and Grizzlies (42-36) twice to close out the season.
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I feel like it depends on what kind of lineup Popivich comes up with for the two games they have left with the Warriors. Pop did say they he was going to rest all the starters...
2 years ago·Reply
This is going to be a tough race....but I still believe in my Warriors!
2 years ago·Reply
DISLIKE. At this point, they shouldn't focus too much on the record, instead, focus on winning a ring.
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