Post Up: 70 Wins

The Warriors make easy work of the Spurs for win No. 70, and Miami rallies to beat the Bulls.
by April 08, 2016

Raptors 87 (52-26), Hawks 95 (47-32)

Jeff Teague scored 23 points for the Hawks, who remained in third place in the East despite Miami also picking up a W.

Bulls 98 (39-40), Heat 106 (46-32)

Dwyane Wade put up 21 points as Miami swept their season series with the Bulls. Josh Richardson had the dunk of the night with his absolutely vicious cram.

Suns 124 (21-58), Rockets 115 (38-41)

Houston was outscored by 10 in the final quarter as they blew another game. While they’re still not out of the Playoff picture, the Rockets have not looked good recently.

T-Wolves 105 (27-52), Kings 97 (31-48)

The Wolves followed up their win against the Warriors with W in Sacramento. Zach LaVine scored all 18 of his points in the first half, and made sure to throw down another contest-worthy slam.

Spurs 101 (65-13), Warriors 112 (70-9)

Behind Steph Curry’s 27 points and 9 dimes, the Warriors became the second team in NBA history to win at least 70 regular-season games. Harrison Barnes hit big shots to end seemingly every Spurs run and sent Kevin Martin stumbling toward the Warriors’ bench with a nasty jab step.