The Long Shot
The Warriors’ seven most recent seasons have yielded 420 wins, which is also a 73.2% success ratio. Consequently, they need to average 60 wins from now until the summer of 2022 to have an identical percentage first dynasty of the shot clock era.
A tough ask in a stacked West, even with the future looking bright.
A slightly easier task would be to break the record for total regular season wins over ten years, which currently stands at 598, held by the 1980s Lakers. However, this would still require the Warriors to win over 59 games per season between now and Draymond’s option.
Once again, Popovich’s Spurs are the best since 2000 with a 71.4% win rate, which Golden State can better by averaging 56 victories until 2022.