The Golden State Warriors will try to make history on March 7. A victory against the Orlando Magic would give them the longest home-game winning streak ever! But after losing to the worst team in the NBA, are the Warriors no longer golden? HollywoodLife.com wants you to see this game!
Steph Curry, 27, and his Golden State Warriors have already clinched a spot in the NBA playoffs, but every remaining game counts — especially when a spot in the record books is still up for grabs. However, will the Orlando Magic pull off the dirtiest trick ever and snatch this crucial win away from the Warriors?
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Every fan will be on the edge of their seat when the Warriors host the Magic at the Oracle Arena in beautiful Oakland, California on March 7. If Golden State gets the win, they’ll extend their regular season home-game winning streak to 45, the most in NBA history. Will they do it? The action starts at 10:30 P.M. EST so be ready to see every second of this game.
Fans inside Cali can catch the game by going over to the NBC CSN Bay Area Live Extra streaming website here. For those who aren’t inside the Golden State, you can catch the game by logging into NBA League Pass. You can sign up for that live stream here.
However, according to NBA League Pass: “All nationally televised game archives and condensed games are available on NBA LEAGUE PASS starting 3 hours after game completion. All locally televised game archives and condensed games are available on NBA LEAGUE PASS starting 72 hours after game completion.”
Steph and his squad beat the Oklahoma City Thunder on March 3. The victory matched Michael Jordan, 53, and the Chicago Bulls record of 44-straight regular season home game victories, according to The Atlantic. So, there’s plenty on the line for a team that’s trying to beat the 1995-96 Bulls 72-10 record. Show your support for Steph and the Warriors by getting an official jersey here.
However, Steph and the Warriors won’t break any records if they play as poorly as they did in their March 6 game against the Los Angeles Lakers. Lamar Odom’s, 36, old squad is currently 13-51, and yet, they somehow managed to beat the Warriors, 112-95, according to CBS Sports. It was the first sub .200 team to beat a plus .900 team in NBA history, so even when they lose, the Warriors make history.
The upset, though shocking, doesn’t have Steph sweating. “We’ve got control of our own pace,” he told reporters, according to ESPN. “We’ve allowed ourselves that room to maybe drop one here or there, but we’ve gotta turn it back on.” They better turn it on ASAP — history is at stake!
Do you thin the Warriors will beat the Bulls historic record, HollywoodLifers?