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Odds on the Warriors Reaching 73 Wins

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Even the most casual NBA fans know the Golden State Warriors are a phenomenal basketball team, but are they historically good? According to oddsmakers, the Warriors have their work cut out for them if they hope to eclipse the regular season record for most wins (72) set by Michael Jordan’s Chicago Bulls in the 1995-96 campaign.

BetOnline recently released a prop on how Golden State will finish the season, with the chances of them surpassing Chicago’s record priced at +160 with the UNDER 72 wins listed at -190.

Make no mistake – doing so will not be an easy task. The rigours of the NBA season wear on every team, whether it be injuries, suspensions, slumps or simply fatigue. But records are meant to be broken, and this year’s Warriors haven’t given us a reason to doubt them.

The Dubs rattled off 24-straight wins to start the season – setting a new NBA record for most consecutive wins out of the gate - before falling to the Milwaukee Bucks on December 12th. The Warriors suffered another setback on December 30th against the Dallas Mavericks without the services of all-world point guard Stephen Curry, who was sidelined with a leg injury.

As of January 7, Golden State’s record sat at a sizzling 33-2. Curry has since admitted he’s not 100 percent and it’s likely he could eventually miss time, which is seemingly the only major road block on the hunt for 73 wins.

The Warriors have all the confidence, talent and heart needed to repeat as NBA champions in June. The difference between a great season and a historically great season are major, but one thing’s for sure: it’s going to be a hell of a fun ride to watch.

How many wins will the Golden State Warriors finish the season with?

Odds as of January 7 at BetOnline

  • 73 or more +160
  • 72 or fewer -190

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