While the 24-1 Warriors are no doubt disappointed that their winning ways came to an end in Milwaukee, they may have just sealed their ticket to another NBA title.
As an infographic during last night's CSN Bay Area broadcast revealed, all five teams to have a win streak of 12 games or more stopped by the Bucks have gone on to win the Larry O'Brien Trophy.
The first instance of the Bucks' reverse curse occurred in 1972, when they ended the Lakers' league-record 33-game win streak. The most recent case was in the 2010-11 season, when a Milwaukee team led by now-Warriors center Andrew Bogut took down Dirk Nowitzki's Mavericks.
Golden State's win streak ended at 28 games on Saturday, taking into account their four victories to end the 2014-15 regular season. Their 28th-straight win over the Celtics on Friday passed the 2012-13 Heat for second all-time.
Win streaks Bucks have snapped
*Los Angeles Lakers (1971-72) -- 33 wins
Golden State Warriors (2015-16) -- 28 wins
*Boston Celtics (1973-74) -- 12 wins
*Philadelphia 76ers (1982-83) -- 14 wins
*San Antonio Spurs (2006-07) -- 13 wins
*Dallas Mavericks (2010-11) -- 12 wins
*Won NBA championship