The historic win “means nothing come playoff time,” the team’s coach said.
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The Golden State Warriors notched their record-equaling 72nd victory of the NBA season Sunday, beating the Spurs in San Antonio 92-86 in a Western Conference heavyweight clash.The reigning NBA champion Warriors improved to 72-9, matching the league record for regular-season wins set by the 72-10 Chicago Bulls led by Michael Jordan in 1995-96 .San Antonio had won 48 straight regular-season games on their home floor dating back to last season, and the Warriors hadn't won a regular-season game there since 1997 .Forward Harrison Barnes had three key baskets as the Warriors took a six-point lead.Harden scored half his points in the fourth quarter and added 13 assists to help the Rockets withstand a 35-point outburst from Bryant, who will retire after the final game of his 20th season Wednesday.
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