The Golden State Warriors are staking their claim to beat the '95-96 Chicago Bulls mark for NBA regular season record, chasing down the infamous mark of 72-10.
The Warriors have already proven that they're an incredible team but breaking that record would cement them as one of the greats.
Draymond Green has another huge feat in mind, however. The Dubs big man wants to break a different record - by going unbeaten at home all season.
Speaking to Scott Howard-Cooper of NBA.com, Green seemed to think it was well within the realms of possibility to do what has never been done before and go a whole season unbeaten on home court.
“I think so,” Draymond told NBA.com. “We’ve been phenomenal at home. We’ve protected our home court. I think it’s possible for us to do it.”
The record belongs to the Boston Celtics, who went 40-1 at TD Bank Garden back in 1986. Green - who is always full of energy and an abundance of positivity - thinks the Warriors can go one better.
Golden State still have 15 games to play at Oracle Arena in Oakland and some of them will be very tough. The Warriors have to take on Damian Lillard and the resurgent Portland Trail Blazers twice at home while also welcoming the Spurs, Clippers, and Celtics among other quality sides.
Will they go the whole season without a loss at home? It's unlikely, but if any team in the NBA from the past 10 years could do something like this it's Golden State.