The Golden State Warriors have created history right before our eyes, winning 73 games and eclipsing the 1995-96 Chicago Bulls' all-time wins record. The season-capper featured more than just win 73. Going in, Curry needed eight 3-pointers to reach 400 on the season, 41 points for a 30-point average. Reaching those benchmarks seemed like a stretch, and yet Curry did it in 30 minutes. Yet again, he made the extraordinarily difficult look wonderfully easy. Again, records fell with the loose flick of his wrist. Draymond Green had 11 points, nine rebounds and seven assists as defending champion Golden State (73-9) topped the Jordan-led 1995-96 Bulls who went 72-10. President Barack Obama sent a tweet that said: "Congrats to the (at)warriors, a great group of guys on and off the court. If somebody had to break the Bulls' record, I'm glad it's them." NBA Commissioner Adam Silver released a statement, saying: "Congratulations to the Golden State Warriors on their 73rd win and the best regular-season record in NBA history. The team held itself to a high standard throughout the season, playing with purpose every night and captivating fans around the world with its free-flowing style, spectacular shooting and flair for the dramatic. Kudos to the entire Warriors organization." Curry made 10 of 19 3-pointers and shot 15 for 24 overall to go with six assists as fans chanted "M-V-P! M-V-P!" all evening. Klay Thompson added 16 points with four 3s of his own before Curry rested the fourth quarter and Thompson most of it.