History will potentially be made when the Warriors host the Grizzlies at Oracle Arena on Thursday afternoon (AEST). Golden State is fiercely gunning to break the 1995-96 Bulls’ record of 72-10, and they can do it with victory over Memphis.

Elsewhere, one of the greatest and most enduring athletes to ever lace a boot on, Kobe Bryant, will play his final game in front of a packed Staples Center against the Utah Jazz. The LA Lakers legend is the only man in NBA history to play 20 seasons with one team.

Elsewhere, the Spurs and Thunder clash in San Antonio, LeBron’s Cavs host Detroit, the Nuggets play Portland, the Hawks head to Washington to play John Wall’s Wizards and The Heat meet the Celtics.


Thursday, April 14, 12:30pm (AEST) @ Oracle Arena, California

  • A win would see the Warriors eclipse the 1995-96 Chicago Bulls’ record of 72 wins in a single NBA season.
  • Fresh from breaking the Bulls’ record of 33 wins in a season on the road, they will look to equal Chicago with the same amount of home wins from their championship 1995-96 season.
  • The Warrior have shot more than 1000 three-pointers this season – an NBA record.
  • Golden State’s over/under currently sits at 44/37, while Memphis’ is 44/36.
  • The Grizzlies have lost five of their last six matches away from home.

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Thursday, April 14, 10:00am (AEST) @ TD Garden

  • The Celtics have reached the over in their last three games, and throughout the season have an over/under record of 39/42.
  • Boston has won its previous two matches against Miami by 12 and 10 points.
  • The Celtics have a 28-13 record at home this season, which includes victories in 16 of their last 17 starts at TD Garden.
  • The Heat and Celtics have the same record this season with 47 wins and 34 losses.
  • Miami’s over/under record this season is 34/46, which includes unders in seven of their last 10 matches.
  • The Heat have lost five of their last six matches on the road.

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