The Golden State Warriors are just six victories away from breaking the best single-season record in NBA history. Will they get one step closer when they face the Utah Jazz on March 30? HollywoodLife.com wants you to see this game!
Steph Curry, 28, Andre Iguodala, 32, Festus Ezeli, 26, and the rest of the Golden State Warriors are so close to making history, they can taste it. Each victory takes them closer to the best record of all time, so are they about to make a snack out of the Utah Jazz?
The Warriors will go for the season sweep when they meet the Jazz at the Vivint Smart Home Arena in beautiful Salt Lake City, Utah on March 30. This is the fourth and final meeting between Golden State and Utah for the 2015-16 season and action kicks off at 9:00 P.M. EST. It’s going to be exciting so be sure you see every thrilling second!
For all you fans in California, you can catch this game on CSN Bay Area’s live stream, CSN Live Extra. Click here for that. For those who are watching outside of Cali, you can catch the game on NBA League Pass’s live stream. You can sign up for that 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.” Just, so you know.
You also know that the Golden State Warriors are on fire. They’re currently 67-7, just six games shy of surpassing the 1995-96 Chicago Bulls for the best record, per NBA.com. They’re expected to be 68-7 after this game, as they’ve beaten the Jazz all three other times they’ve played during this season. Be sure you get your Warriors official jersey so you can celebrate if/when they break the record.
The Jazz might not make it easy for the Warriors to get that 68th win. Utah has won eight of their last 10 games, per Sports Chat Place. Rodney Hood nailed eight of nine 3-pointers in their 123-75 victory over the Los Angeles Lakers, so if Steph wants a 3-pointer shootout, Rodney’s game. Get jazzy with your own Utah Jazz official jersey, which you can get here.
However, if Steph’s shooting is off, Draymond Green, 26, may pick up the slack, as he sunk three of five 3-point shots during the March 29 game against the Washington Wizards. Draymond will be on the court against the Jazz, as Warriors head coach Steve Kerr isn’t planning to rest anyone tonight, according to SB Nation.
Who do you want to win, HollywoodLifers? Utah or Golden State?