WATCH VIDEO: Warriors make NBA history with 73rd regular season win
"It's been a great night, a great game. The players played great. We're having a great might out here, everyone is celebrating. This is history right here boys. This is history," one fan said.
The next step for the Warriors is winning a championship.
ROUND 1: The Warriors will face the Houston Rockets in Game 1 on Saturday at 12:30 p.m. -- on ABC7
Warriors.com is selling tickets for the first round series against the Rockets, starting at $200 each.
However, if you can't afford to go to the game, you can still get some gear. The 73 Wins t-shirt sold out Wednesday night at Oracle Arena.
But don't worry, more are being sold by sports merchandise company Fanatics.
The company jumped into action right away, producing t-shirts celebrating the record-breaking season.
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"They know, there's been 1,400 different teams that have played an NBA season. None of them have gone 73-9. People want to remember that, I certainly do. There's a lot of folks out there saying: 'I got to remember this a long time and a t-shirts kind of a nice way to show that,"' Fanatics Chief Marketing Officer Chris Orton said.
And you know we can't look too far ahead. Tickets for the NBA finals are also on sale on Warriors.com, with the cheapest just under a $1,000 each.
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First let me say congrats to Kobe on an unbelievable career. 20 years! You set he bar on the court for our ... pic.twitter.com/NLAtvmeo4s— Stephen Curry (@StephenCurry30) April 14, 2016
The Warriors finish the 2015-16 regular season with an NBA record 73 wins (73-9, .890)— GSWStats (@gswstats) April 14, 2016
Congrats to the @Warriors, a great group of guys on and off the court. If somebody had to break the Bulls' record, I'm glad it's them.— President Obama (@POTUS) April 14, 2016