“The last two seasons, it’s Steph Curry’s league,” Joerger said.
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The Golden State Warriors etched their name in the NBA's record book with an epic 73-win regular-season and head into the playoffs seeking a championship repeat to cement their status among the greatest teams in league history.History is on the Warriors' side.The three teams that won at least 69 games – the '95-96 Bulls, the 1971-72 Lakers and the 1996-97 Bulls – all went on to win titles. Fears that the push to surpass the Bulls might wear out the Warriors before the post-season looked unfounded Wednesday as they romped to a 125-104 victory over the Memphis Grizzlies.The Warriors' biggest threat in the West looks to be second-seeded San Antonio, whose own superb 67-15 regular-season was overshadowed by the Warriors' exploits.James and the Cavaliers fell in six games to the Warriors in last year's NBA Finals.
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