ESPN simulated the team's chance of winning at least 73 games this year, which would break the all-time record by the 1995-1996 Chicago Bulls who won 72 games.
Their numbers found the Warriors have a 44 percent chance of winning at least 73 games.
Now running the table is a different story. The odds of the team finishing the year 82 and 0 are less than one tenth of one percent.
The Warriors play the Indiana Pacers at 4 p.m. Tuesday night in Indiana.
Another undefeated week is in the books for the Dubs. Check out the top plays from the team's last 4 games. https://t.co/qDxE3UsJzA— Golden St. Warriors (@warriors) December 8, 2015
For tonight at Indiana: Leandro Barbosa (illness), Harrison Barnes (sprained left ankle) and Kevon Looney (right hip surgery) are out.— GSWStats (@gswstats) December 8, 2015
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