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The Golden State Warriors continue to make history this season, obtaining their 45th straight home win. They earned a 119-113 victory against the Orlando Magic.
They are now 27-0 at home this season, as they continue to pursue the best record ever for a regular season, which was established 20 years ago by the 1995-96 Chicago Bulls, who managed to finish 72-10 on the season.
Right now, the Golden State Warriors are 56-6 overall. They have 20 games remaining for them, and 14 of them are at home. It certainly would appear that they are on pace to become only the second NBA team in history to reach 70 wins or more, and they may even have a real shot at either matching, or perhaps even surpassing the 72 wins by those Bulls.
What a team!