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73 wins for the Warriors, the playoffs are set

14 Apr 2016 2016-04-14T14:05:08+00:00.

Aris Barkas

- 14 Apr 2016

Eurohoops.net

By Eurohoops team/ info@eurohoops.net

The regular season finale of the NBA had more than each share of thrills. From the final game of Kobe Bryant, to the Warriors breaking the NBA record with 73 wins, it was a night to remember.

While Kobe Bryant was in the spotlight for one final time, the Golden State Warriors beat Memphis and made history, by breaking the 72-10 record of the 1996 Chicago Bulls and finishing the regular season with the most wins ever. Steph Curry finished the regular season with 402 made three pointers, also an all time NBA record.

The playoffs are set with the East couples being the following: (1) Cleveland Cavaliers – (8) Detroit Pistons, (2) Toronto Raptors – (7) Indiana Pacers, (3) Miami Heat – (6) Charlotte Hornets, (4) Atlanta Hawks – (5) Boston Celtics

In the West the situation is the following: (1) Golden State Warriors – (8) Houston Rockets, (2) San Antonio Spurs – (7) Memphis Grizzlies, (3) Oklahoma City Thunder – (6) Dallas Mavericks, (4) Los Angeles Clippers – (5) Portland Trail Blazers. So here’s the results and the euro-standouts.

Results of the day

Boston CelticsMiami Heat 98-88 (Dragic 18 p.)
Brooklyn NetsToronto Raptors 96-103 (Bogdanovic 29 p., 6 r.)
Charlotte HornetsOrlando Magic 117-103 (Fournier 22 p.)
Cleveland CavaliersDetroit Pistons 110-112 (Mozgov 14 p., 12 r.)
Washington WizardsAtlanta Hawks 109-98 (Schroder 11 p.)
Chicago BullsPhiladelphia 76ers 115-105 (Mirotic 32 p., 7 r.)
Dallas MavericksSan Antonio Spurs 91-96 (Marjanovic 22 p., 12 r.)
Houston RocketsSacramento Kings 116-81 (Capela 6 p., 17 r.)
Milwaukee BucksIndiana Pacers 92-97 (Antetokounmpo 19 p., 9 r.)
Minessota Timberwolves – N.O.Pelicans 144-109 (Asik 24 p., 11 r.)
Golden State Warriors – Memphis Grizzlies 125-104 (Curry 46 p.)
Los Angeles LakersUtah Jazz 101-96 (Bryant 60 p.)
Los Angeles ClippersPhoenix Suns 114-105 (Teletovic 22 p.)
Portland Trail BlazersDenver Nuggets 107-99 (Jokic 18 p., 13 r.)