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Steph Curry and the Warriors smash the Bulls' 20-year NBA record

The Golden State Warriors made history when beating Orlando Magic last night.

THE GOLDEN STATE Warriors erased the 1995-96 Chicago Bulls out of the record books in one category last night.

Orlando Magic v Golden State Warriors Golden State Warriors star Klay Thompson Source: Ezra Shaw

The Warriors’ 119-113 win over the Orlando Magic was their 45th consecutive victory at Oracle Arena, breaking the Bulls’ previous mark of 44 win in a row.

Stephen Curry starred once again for the Warriors with 41 points and 13 rebounds.

Golden State improved to 56-6, bouncing back from Sunday’s ugly loss to the Los Angeles Lakers.

The last time the Warriors lost at home in the regular season was a 113-111 overtime defeat to the Chicago Bulls on January 27, 2015.

They did, however, drop two play-off games at home last season, losing to the Memphis Grizzlies and the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Source: NBA/YouTube

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