The Warriors captured the top seed in the Western Conference for the playoffs after beating Milwaukee 108-95 on Saturday. In doing so, they made some history.
The 60-13 Warriors set a single-season franchise record for wins, surpassing the 59 wins that the 1975-76 team earned. Still, there wasn’t much celebrating done after the game.
“It’s good to break records and do all that, but I think we have that kind of feel that we haven’t done anything in the playoffs,” center Andrew Bogut said
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