If the Warriors finishes 5-0 at home they'll be 41-0 at Oracle Arena, if they win their last two away contests they'll be 34-7 on the road. If they run the table and get victories in all seven of their remaining games, they'll break both records (and end up a ridiculous 75-7). I don't think that's going to happen. Golden State will want to take it's foot off the gas pedal and rest a bit at some point before the playoffs.
In theory, winning two games on the road should be easier than five at home. However, I'm guessing the Warriors care a lot more about being undefeated at home than they do about having the best road record in league history. The two road contests they have left are also on back-to-back nights in Memphis and San Antonio in games No. 80 and 81--the Warriors will likely let their guard down for one of those two.
Unless the Celtics stun them in Oakland tonight, then this whole thought process goes out the window.
Crazy prediction: Celtics should've dealt Golden State its 1st loss back on 12/11. Instead, they ruin Warriors' perfect home record on 4/1.— Mark Vandeusen (@LucidSportsFan) March 5, 2016
-Do the Spurs care enough about the 41-0 home record to make things difficult for the Warriors?
-The Spurs might go undefeated at home and not win the championship
-Klay Thompson will hit more 3-pointers this season than anyone besides his teammate Steph Curry ever has
-No one has ever been better at basketball than Steph Curry is right now