Tonight will be history for sports fans, especially in the NBA since Kobe Bryant plays the last game of his 20 year Laker career at home in the Staples Center. A sellout with nose bleed tickets that sold for $2000 and floor seats that sold for $28,000, it’s definitely gonna be an historic monetary night for the Laker’s organization.
Kobe Bryant will play his 1,566th and final game as the Lakers host the Utah Jazz in what will definitely be an emotional game ending that will air at 10:30 p eastern time on ESPN2.
At the same time on ESPN, Stephen Curry and his defending champion Golden State Warriors will be chasing NBA history in their quest to become the team with the most single season wins ever. Right now, the Warriors and their 72-9 record ties the 95-96 Chicago Bulls record of 72-10 which featured the three headed monster consisting of Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippen and Dennis Rodman.
If the Warriors defeat the Memphis Grizzlies tonight, they will take the thrown and will probably never let go because that many wins in a season is what legends are made of!!!
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