All eyes will be on the Golden State Warriors on Wednesday evening as the top NBA team attempts to break the league record for single-year wins and cap off the greatest season ever. For the final game of the year, the seemingly unstoppable 72-9 team will take on the Memphis Grizzlies at home in Oakland, Calif.
Should the reigning champions win the game, they will finish the season 73-9, officially breaking the 72-10 record set by the 1996 Chicago Bulls—previously considered the best NBA season in history.
And the odds are heavily in Stephen Curry and the Warriors' favor: the Grizzlies are currently playing at reduced strength due to several injuries; and earlier this season they lost by an astonishing 50 points in Oakland, even at full strength. The Grizzlies intend to put up a fight, however, as they've qualified for a playoff spot and a win could help them avoid the immensely strong San Antonio Spurs in the first round.
The game begins at 10:30 p.m. ET, live from the Oracle Arena, and will broadcast nationally on ESPN.
Those without a television can watch the event on their mobile and streaming devices via ESPN apps, with cable authentification required to access the live stream.
Satellite radio subscribers can listen to the game on SiriusXM channel 80.