With 25 games to go in the regular season, the Warriors are 52-5, which is a game ahead of the '96 Bulls' record pace. They've got some tough matchups to come (multiple games against San Antonio and Oklahoma City) but at this point, 73 wins seems like a legitimate possibility, especially since 17 of those final 25 games are at home, where they're undefeated.
I find it incredible that they could set the record, given that the '96 Bulls had two key advantages over them: the central location of Chicago meant less travel time, and they competed in an expansion year, which diluted the league's talent pool. If the Warriors set the record, they will have earned it, that's for sure.
Do you think they'll pull it off?