Michael Jordan told Draymond Green he would blame him if the Warriors don’t break the 1995–96 Bulls’ wins record.

By SI Wire
April 11, 2016

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Draymond Green says Michael Jordan told him the Warriors should break the 1995–96 Chicago Bulls’ record of 72 wins in a season, the Warriors forward said Sunday after Golden State beat the San Antonio Spurs to tie the record.

“Mike told me at All-Star, ‘Go win the record. Go get the record. If y’all don’t win this record, I’m going to be hot and I’m blaming you,” Green said, according to ESPN’s Ethan Strauss.

BALLARD: Not tired yet: Warriors top Spurs for 72nd win, set up date with history

The Warriors secured their 72nd win of the season with a 92–86 win over the Spurs on Sunday. They must win their final game of the season on Wednesday against the Memphis Grizzlies in order to set a new NBA wins record. 

Green scored 11 points with four rebounds and four assists in the win over the Spurs.

Chase for 73: Warriors vs. 1996 Bulls

Golden State and Memphis will play at Oracle Arena at 10:30 p.m. ET on Wednesday.

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