The Golden State Warriors continue their march toward history tonight with a game against the Utah Jazz.
As posted in a FanShot by BornInDaEB, the Warriors are almost assured of hitting 72 wins this season and have a good chance to surpass 73: the defending champions have a 90% chance of getting to 72 and 67% chance of getting at least 73 wins.
Not bad...but we'll continue to discuss how to weigh the interest in a record vs. getting rest and the primary challenge is injuries.
Tonight, the Warriors move a step closer toward being able to at least rest players during games with the return of Brandon Rush, who suffered a knee injury on Sunday against the Philadelphia 76ers.
For tonight at Utah: Brandon Rush, who missed last game with a bruised right knee, is available to play.— GSWStats (@gswstats) March 31, 2016
For tonight at Utah: Festus Ezeli (left knee surgery), Andre Iguodala (left ankle sprain) and Kevon Looney (right hip) are out.— GSWStats (@gswstats) March 31, 2016
The Jazz can be a tough opponent so let's hope the Warriors can get through this game without any further injuries.