Golden State Warriors: Breaking Down The Final Six Games Before History

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April 1, 2016; Oakland, CA, USA; Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green (23, left) and guard Stephen Curry (30) look on against the Boston Celtics during the fourth quarter at Oracle Arena. The Celtics defeated the Warriors 109-106. Mandatory Credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

The Golden State Warriors have had their home win-streak snapped and fallen to the Spurs. Despite being more vulnerable than they have been all year, history is still within reach

Following the Friday night’s loss to the Boston Celtics, in which they saw their 54-game home winning streak snapped, the Golden State Warriors now have a projected 50 percent chance of breaking the Chicago Bulls’ 72-10 regular season win record, according to ESPN.

The fact that they are even in striking distance of the feat in it itself is an accomplishment, but to come so close and miss out would be a huge letdown before the playoffs.

The regular season ends in a week and half, on April 13th, and there are six games left to be played. Currently, the Golden State Warriors have a record of 68-8, which means they need to win five more games to make it to 73.

The earliest they would be able to break the record would be on April 10th in San Antonio against the Spurs.

We decided to analyze each of the six remaining games for the Warriors, looking at what stands between them and the record. We start with the Blazers.

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