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The Golden State Warriors set an NBA record for most wins to start a season on Tuesday by hammering the lowly Los Angeles Lakers and garnering their 16th straight victory in the process. In fact, Stephen Curry’s squad are playing so well that they may never lose again. I'm obviously joking about that part, but the Dubs’ sizzling play has inspired sportsbooks to create some interesting props on their early success.

The 1971-72 Los Angeles Lakers’ 33 straight wins has stood tall as the longest NBA winning streak in the history of the league, and despite a valiant effort by the LeBron James-led 2012-13 Miami Heat that won 27 in a row, no one else has come close in nearly a decade. If you think the Warriors will break the Lakers’ record, Bovada is offering some solid value at +1500 odds.

As tough as it will be for Golden State to claim the record for most consecutive wins, it’s going to be extremely hard for them to keep up this torrid pace throughout the course of the regular season. The Chicago Bulls dynasty of the 1990s looms large in NBA lore for many reasons, but their 72-10 record in the 1995-96 campaign reigns supreme as the most dominant regular season performance of all-time. Surprisingly enough, the Warriors are +500 to claim that crown at the shop – a stark contrast to their chances of surpassing the aforementioned Lakers record.

Buckle up, hoops fans. It’s going to be a wild ride in California this year.

Will the Warriors Break the NBA Record for Most Consecutive Regular Season Wins?

Odds as of November 26 at Bovada

  • YES +1500
  • NO -3000
Will the Warriors Break the NBA Record for Most Regular Season Wins?

Odds as of November 26 at Bovada

  • YES +500
  • NO -800

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