Roughly 21 hours before Super Bowl 50 kicks off in Santa Clara on Sunday, the Warriors host the Thunder Saturday night in Oakland.
It marks the fifth time in history that an NBA team in the Super Bowl market has hosted a game on the eve of the big game.
But the history of those matchups doesn't bode well for the Warriors.
According to the @GSWStats Twitter feed, in the previous four occurrences, the road team has won all four times.
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And the Warriors have been a victim of this stat once before. On January 19, 1985, the Warriors lost to the Lakers at home. The next day in Palo Alto, the 49ers beat the Dolphins in Super Bowl XIX.
If the Thunder do manage to continue the trend of the road team winning on Super Bowl eve, they will end the Warriors' 22-0 record at home this season, and snap Golden State's streak of 40 consecutive wins at home, which spans more than a calendar year.
Tonight's game is the 5th time an NBA team in the Super Bowl market has hosted a game on Super Bowl Eve (Saturday) pic.twitter.com/ID8w7dkmnV— GSWStats (@gswstats) February 6, 2016