Steph Curry: Warriors 'not thinking' about Bulls' 72-win record yet

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The NBA’s man of the moment Stephen Curry has insisted that he and his Golden State teammates aren’t thinking too much about besting the Chicago Bulls 72-win season of 1995 to 1996. The Warriors beat Miami last night to push their record to 36 for 2, with Curry once again in scintillating form. The league’s reigning MVP admitted his team would think about beating the Bulls record later this season if things were going well towards April. Let us know if you think they can do it, in the comments box provided. Meanwhile, Kyrie Irving has revealed he’s ‘just trying to fit in’ as he attempts to restore order after his lengthy injury absence. Irving hailed LeBron James and Kevin Love, and also said he would do whatever his team needed him to.


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