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Tonight where normally teams are trying finish up the playoff picture & seeding in the postseason, we have 2 rare situations going on tonight as the Golden State Warriors are trying to break the single season wins record at 73 wins & the great career of Kobe “Bean” Bryant comes to end at his home the Staples Center for the Los Angeles Lakers. As we preview both events I will return with a Part 2 recapping the night. With Tickets to both events costing in the Hundreds to Thousands of Dollars, its best to me to see both rare moments on TV. Lets preview both events below & thanks to the NBA on TNT for use of the photos below.
Golden State Warriors Chase of 73 wins vs. the Memphis Grizzlies
With the Ticket Price for this historic moment cost a average of $550 & Get in Price of $339, the Golden State Warriors are trying to overtake the 1995-96 Chicago Bulls which ended at 72-10 to get to 73-9. The Warriors started the season at 24-0, a NBA record that the Warriors never had a back to back loss all season.
The Warriors have been one of the most exciting teams to watch in the history of the NBA & has made this 2015-16 NBA Regular Season one not to forget. Stephen Curry is also 8 3-Pointers away from hitting 400 3’s with the Warriors already overall hit over 1,000 3-Pointers a team & league record. We will see if the Warriors stay tie at 72 with the 95-96 Bulls or will History will be made at Oracle Arena as the Warriors going into History & the chase to repeat as the NBA Champions.
Kobe Bryant Final Game vs. the Utah Jazz
Ticket Prices in Los Angeles for Kobe Bryant last game cost a average of $1,001 & Get in Price of $740, the LA Lakers themselves have been a bad basketball team at a record of 16-65, but since December when Kobe Bryant announce his retirement, you’re seen in at peace as at times he looks like the old great Kobe Bryant & at times he looks like father Time has got him down big time.
But with that being said, it is a celebration of one of the most greatest NBA Careers of all time. At one time I nicknames him “The Best Player in the Game today” & “The Closest Thing to MJ we will ever see.” We celebrate Mamba Day & celebrate the career of I believe the 2nd best Shooting Guard of all time in his Final Game in the NBA.