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With seven games remaining in the regular season, the Warriors have 68 wins.
They've lost seven times.
"I remember every loss like the back of my hand," Draymond Green said on KNBR 680 on Thursday evening.
1) Saturday, Dec. 12 at Milwaukee, 108-95
2) Wednesday, Dec. 30 at Dallas, 114-91
3) Wednesday, Jan. 13 at Denver, 112-110
4) Saturday, Jan. 16 at Detroit, 113-95
5) Friday, Feb. 19 at Portland, 137-105
6) Sunday, March 6 at Lakers, 112-95
7) Saturday, March 19 at San Antonio, 87-79
"With Detroit, they had all the extra motivation and stuff with Ben Wallace's jersey being retired, and obviously we were coming in there, that's always motivation," Draymond explained. "They beat us. The Lakers beat us.
"There's still question marks about Milwaukee, I didn't play in Denver, Steph didn't play in Dallas ... Portland beat us. When I look at our seven losses, I look at 'em and say 'Ah, three teams really beat us' ... there's a little asterisks by Dallas, by Denver (laughing), with Milwaukee when we were coming off a triple overtime and getting in at four o'clock in the morning. There's a little asterisks by those."
The night before losing in Milwaukee, the Warriors improved to 24-0 with a 124-119 double overtime (not triple) win in Boston.
The Warriors have five home games remaining, and two on the road.
Win five of the seven and the Warriors will break the 1995-96 Bulls' record for most wins in a single season in NBA history.
Draymond Green has been very vocal about wanting to make history, and isn't making any excuses for the Warriors' prior losses.
"At the end of the day, a loss is a loss and every NBA team has to deal with an NBA schedule," he added. "But that's just how I look at it when I sit back and reflect."