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    It was the season of 1995-96 when the Chicago Bulls NBA team led by hall of famers Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippen and Dennis Rodman did what no other team has done. They had won 70 games and were able to finish the season with a (72-10) record. Until recently no team has been considered able to break this record, but the Golden State Warriors have shown many people why this year could be a record breaking year. The Golden State Warrior have a vision that they are not just playing aimlessly basketball. The Warriors are on the chase for 73 wins and could very well accomplish such a thing that people thought would never happen. The Golden State Warriors have shattered the record for best start in NBA history with a record of (24-0). Could this be the year the famous record is broke? Muhammad Ali once said, “Champions aren’t made in the gyms. Champions are made from something they have deep inside them-a desire, a dream, a vision” (Afremow 10). The Warriors have shown that their dream is to win back to back championships. They have a vision and no one is going to distract them from going…

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    ESPN’s Basketball Power Index gives the Golden State Warriors a 75 percent chance to win the NBA Finals against the Cleveland Cavaliers in a championship rematch. In this year’s postseason, the Warriors won back-to-back series in five games over the Houston Rockets and Portland Trail Blazers. However, Golden State is coming off a tough, physical series against the Oklahoma City Thunder, which took the Warriors to seven games before Golden State advanced to face the Cavs. At times, the Warriors…

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    You may be ready to coronate the Golden State Warriors again, and rightfully so. At 64-7, Golden State is on pace to edge out the 1995-96 Chicago Bulls for the best record in NBA regular season history (72-10). So it's a foregone conclusion that this three-ball bombing brigade from the Bay will hoist back-to-back trophies, right? Well, I've got another theory. The San Antonio Spurs will dash the Warriors' dynastic dreams, and Tim Duncan will ride off into the sunset as a six-time champion.…

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    Kinks in the armor of the Golden State Warriors? The pursuit of 73 wins has not come easy, as the reigning NBA Champions have met defeat by teams many thought would never have had a chance. With that being said, which teams in the west have the best chance to dethrone the champs as we head into the playoffs? First, what stars need to be aligned for the Warriors to lose a game? Not a series but a game. It will be a difficult task to have this team lose 4 out of 7 times against one team as they…

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      Golden State Warriors 2014-15 Record: 67-15, 1st in Pacific Division, 1st in Western Conference Golden State Warriors 2014-15 MVP: Steph Curry - 23.8 ppg (#6), 7.7 apg (#6), 286 3ptm (NBA record), 2.0 spg (#4) Three Things I Think I Know About The Golden State Warriors: I would pay to watch the Warriors practice The Golden State Warriors currently employ the following: the NBA's single-season record holder for most made 3-pointers (286, Steph Curry); the NBA's record holder for most…

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    First Time Going to a Warriors Game It was April 7, 2016 the time was 7:27. It was a very cold night in Oakland, California. “Mom when is the game going to start?” I asked. “Not long from now” my mom replied. In a couple of minutes I was going to watch my favorite basketball team, Golden State Warriors play against their archenemy, the San Antonio Spurs. Suddenly the lights went out and there was a great noise of whispering, then the national anthem was played. As soon as they sang “the…

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    The defending NBA champions Golden State Warriors successfully break the long standing record of the 1995-1996 Michael Jordan-led Chicago Bulls for the team with the most number of regular season victories on Wednesday evening. The Warriors made history after beating the Memphis Grizzlies with a 125-104 win to register the franchise 73rd triumph to set a new record and became the very first ballclub to claim NBA’s best-ever regular season with 73-9. According to an article of theScore, the…

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    As a longtime Golden State Warriors fanatic, I am ecstatic to see that the organization is offering members of Warrior Nation the opportunity to join the team as a part of its summer internship program. I was personally encouraged to apply by personal mentor and former 2013 summer Digital Marketing Intern, Mr. Benjamin Trinh. Over the past several years I have seen the Golden State Warriors, through a lot of hard work, grow from being the pride of Northern California into being the model…

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    What Makes The Golden State Warriors So Deadly? The Golden State Warriors seem to be the team that no one can defeat. The New Orleans Pelicans, Memphis Grizzlies, and Houston Rockets all failed to come up with a solution to defeat the Warriors in a seven game series and now the Cleveland Cavaliers find themselves down in the NBA Finals one game to none with Kyrie Irving out for the rest of series. 1.The Bench The Warriors proved why they are so deadly in game one of the finals. The Warriors…

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    anything, can you blame LeBron for leaving to South Beach? However with Kevin Durant, instead of Mo Williams he had an All-Star Point Guard, Top 5 player in the league superstar Russell Westbrook, he had the better than expected Kiwi, Steven Adams, who was pivotal in their series against Golden State. Up until draft night Durant had Serge Ibaka, an elite shot-blocker who could knock down…

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