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The Golden State Warriors are still on course to break the Chicago Bulls' 72-10 record

Victories over San Antonio and Memphis mean the Dub Nation are just one win away from drawing level with Michael Jordan and co. and two from making history.

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The Golden State Warriors are still on course to break the Chicago Bulls' 72-10 record

The Golden State Warriors’ nerve was called into question following their shock defeat to Ricky Rubio’s Minnesota Timberwolves last week, but seems like a long time ago now. The Dub Nation have since silenced the doubters with back-to-back victories over the San Antonio Spurs and the Memphis Grizzlies to keep their chances of breaking the record of 72 wins and 10 defeats set by the legendary Chicago Bulls team, which was led by Michael Jordan (1995-96). With two games of the regular season left to play, the Bay Area ballers have already racked up 71 wins and just 9 losses. If Steph Curry and co. want to leap-frog the Illinois franchise to the top of the list, they must win their two remaining games, while one win would see them draw level.

Upcoming opponents:

San Antonio Spurs (away): 10 April

Memphis Grizzlies (home): 13 April

Warriors-Bulls (source ESPN)

ON COURSE TO MAKE HISTORY: warrrios vs. bulls 1995-96
GMOPPRESULT
OPPRESULT
1 vs. NO W, 111-95 1-0 1-0 vs. CHA W, 105-91
2 at HOU W, 112-92 2-0 2-0 vs. BOS W, 107-85
3 at NO W, 134-120 3-0 3-0 vs. TOR W, 117-108
4 vs. MEM W, 119-69 4-0 4-0 at CLE W, 106-88
5 vs. LAC W, 112-108 5-0 5-0 vs. POR W, 110-106
6 vs. DEN W, 119-104 6-0 5-1 at ORL L, 94-88
7 at SAC W, 103-94 7-0 6-1 vs. CLE W, 113-94
8 vs. DET W, 109-95 8-0 7-1 vs. NJ W, 109-94
9 at MEM W, 100-84 9-0 8-1 at DAL W, 108-102 OT
10 at MIN W, 129-116 10-0 9-1 at SA W, 103-94
11 vs. BKN W, 107-99 OT 11-0 10-1 at UTAH W, 90-85
12 vs. TOR W, 115-110 12-0 10-2 at SEA L, 97-92
13 at LAC W, 124-117 13-0 11-2 at POR W, 107-104
14 vs. CHI W, 106-94 14-0 12-2 at MEM W, 94-88
15 at DEN W, 118-105 15-0 13-2 at LAC W, 104-98
16 vs. LAL W, 111-77 16-0 14-2 vs. NYK W, 101-94
17 at PHX W, 135-116 17-0 15-2 vs. SA W, 106-87
18 vs. SAC W, 120-101 18-0 16-2 at MIL W, 118-106
19 at UTAH W, 106-103 19-0 17-2 vs. ORL W, 112-103
20 at CHA W, 116-99 20-0 18-2 at ATL W, 127-108
GM OPP RESULT
OPP RESULT
21 at TOR W, 112-109 21-0 19-2 vs. LAL W, 108-88
22 at BKN W, 114-98 22-0 20-2 at BOS W, 123-114
23 at IND W, 131-123 23-0 21-2 vs. DAL W, 114-101
24 at BOS W, 124-119 2OT 24-0 22-2 vs. TOR W, 113-104
25 at MIL L, 108-95 24-1 23-2 vs. UTAH W, 100-86
26 vs. PHX W, 128-103 25-1 23-3 at IND L, 103-97
27 vs. MIL W, 121-112 26-1 24-3 vs. IND W, 120-93
28 vs. UTAH W, 103-85 27-1 25-3 vs. ATL W, 95-93
29 vs. CLE W, 89-83 28-1 26-3 vs. HOU W, 100-86
30 vs. SAC W, 122-103 29-1 27-3 at CHA W, 117-93
31 at DAL L, 114-91 29-2 28-3 vs. MIL W, 113-84
32 at HOU W, 114-110 30-2 29-3 vs. SEA W, 113-87
33 vs. DEN W, 111-108 (OT) 31-2 30-3 at PHI W, 120-93
34 vs. CHA W, 111-101 32-2 31-3 at WAS W, 116-109
35 at LAL W, 109-88 33-2 32-3 vs. PHI W, 116-104
36 at POR W, 128-108 34-2 33-3 at TOR W, 92-89
37 at SAC W,128-116 35-2 34-3 at DET W, 111-96
38 vs. MIA W, 111-103 36-2 35-3 at NYK W, 99-79
39 at DEN L,112-110 36-3 36-3 vs. MEM W, 104-84
40 vs. LAL W, 116-98 37-3 37-3 vs. MIA W, 102-80
GM OPP RESULT
OPP RESULT
41 at DET L,113-95 37-4 38-3 vs. PHX W, 93-82
42 at CLE W, 132-98 38-4 39-3 at HOU W, 98-87
43 at CHI W,125-94 39-4 40-3 at SAC W, 105-85
44 vs. IND W, 122-110 40-4 41-3 at LAL W, 99-84
45 vs. SA W, 120-90 41-4 41-4 at DEN L, 105-99
46 vs. DAL W, 127-107 42-4 41-5 at PHX L, 106-96
47 at PHI W, 108-105 43-4 42-5 at GS W, 99-95
48 at NYK W, 116-95 44-4 43-5 at WAS W, 111-98
49 at WAS W, 134-121 45-4 44-5 at DET W, 112-109 OT
50 vs. OKC W,116-108 46-4 45-5 at MIN W, 103-100
51 vs. HOU W, 123-110 47-4 46-5 at IND W, 110-102
52 at PHX W, 112-104 48-4 47-5 vs. CLE W, 102-76
53 at POR L, 137-105 48-5 48-5 at ATL W, 96-91
54 at LAC W, 115-112 49-5 48-6 at MIA L, 113-104
55 at ATL W, 102-92 50-5 49-6 vs. ORL W, 111-91
56 at MIA W, 118-112 51-5 50-6 vs. MIN W, 120-99
57 at ORL W, 130-114 52-5 51-6 vs. GS W, 110-87
58 at OKC W, 121-118 OT 53-5 52-6 vs. BOS W, 107-75
59 vs. ATL W, 109-105 OT 54-5 53-6 vs. MIL W, 115-106
60 vs. OKC W, 121-106 55-5 54-6 vs. DET W, 102-81
GM OPP RESULT
OPP RESULT
61 at LAL L, 112-95 55-6 54-7 at NYK L, 104-72
62 vs. ORL W, 119-113 56-6 55-7 vs. WAS W, 103-86
63 vs. UTAH W, 115-94 57-6 56-7 vs. DEN W, 108-87
64 vs. POR W, 128-112 58-6 57-7 at NJ W, 97-93
65 vs. PHX W, 123-116 59-6 58-7 at PHI W, 98-94
66 vs. NO W, 125-107 60-6 59-7 vs. SAC W, 89-67
67 vs. NYK W, 121-85 61-6 60-7 vs. NYK W, 107-86
68 at DAL W, 130-112 62-6 60-8 at TOR L, 109-108
69 at SA L, 87-79 62-7 61-8 vs. ATL W, 111-80
70 at MIN W, 109-104 63-7 62-8 vs. LAC W, 106-85
71 vs. LAC W, 114-98 64-7 63-8 at MIA W, 110-92
72 vs. DAL W, 128-120 65-7 64-8 vs. MIA W, 100-92
73 vs. PHI W, 117-105 66-7 65-8 at CHA W, 126-92
74 vs. WAS W, 102-94 67-7 66-8 at ORL W, 90-86
75 at UTAH W, 103-96 OT 68-7 66-9 vs. CHA L, 98-97
76 vs. BOS L, 106-109 68-8 67-9 at NJ W, 113-100
77 vs. POR W, 136-111 69-8 68-9 vs. PHI W, 112-82
78 vs. MIN L, 117-124 69-9 69-9 at CLE W, 98-72
79 vs. SAS W, 112-101 70-9 70-9 at MIL W, 86-80
GM OPP RESULT
OPP RESULT
80 at MEM April 9 71-9 71-9 vs. DET W, 110-79
81 at SAS April 10 71-10 vs. IND L, 100-99
82 vs. MEM April 13 72-10 at WAS W, 103-93