OAKLAND, Calif. (KGO) --After two stunning losses at home, the Golden State Warriors looked more like the team that has destroyed most of the NBA this season, as they hammered the San Antonio Spurs.
Stephen Curry scored 27 points as the Warriors opened up a 12 point lead and built on that.
They won 112-101, locking up the top seed in the west and recording their 70th victory of the season. If the Dubs win their final three games, they will set the all-time wins record.
Warriors fans have plenty to cheer about now as the team is back on track. "The only thing we need to do is go out, win another championship, bring it back to the bay again," one fan said.
The most loyal fans made their predictions early, with some saying: "Home field advantage right now!" And with this win, that's what Warriors get.
"First of all, get the number one seed so you can get the home field advantage throughout the playoffs and then win the championship because you can get the record, it doesn't mean anything," Warriors fan Darrell Parrish said.
The Chicago Bulls currently hold the record for winning the most games in a season at 72.
If the Warriors win their next three games, the last three of the regular season, they'll break that record with 73 wins. "What did Kobe say? If you have a chance to break a record, you break the record," Warriors fan John Luo said.
Coach Steve Kerr is shrugging it off. "To be honest, it would be cool. It would be nice. I'm not going to lose any sleep over it," he said.