No team in NBA history have won more consecutive regular-season games in their home arena than the Golden State Warriors.
Stephen Curry and Co. accomplished the feat on Monday with a 119-113 victory over the Orlando Magic - their 45th in a row at Oracle Arena - surpassing the 1995-96 Chicago Bulls, who hold the record for most wins (72) in an NBA regular season.
As the Warriors (56-6) shift their attention toward chasing down the 72-win marker with 20 games to play, here is how their home win streak has compared to the standard-bearing Bulls team.
-- The last regular season home loss for the Warriors was a 113-111 overtime defeat to the Chicago Bulls on January 27, 2015. Golden State have not lost a home game in regulation since a 113-100 loss to the San Antonio Spurs on November 11, 2014.
-- The 1994-95 Chicago Bulls ended the season on a seven-game winning streak and then began the 1995-96 NBA campaign by going 37-0 at home. The Warriors are 27-0 at home this season after winning their last 18 in 2014-15. Fourteen of their final 20 games will be played at Oracle Arena.
-- The first home loss of the season for the 1995-96 Chicago Bulls came against the Charlotte Hornets on April 8, 1996 and then again to the Indiana Pacers on April 20, 1996 (finished the season 39-2 at home). Both these defeats were also one-point losses.
-- The 1995-96 Chicago Bulls' 37-0 home start is the best in NBA history. They went 2-2 over final four games.
-- The 1995-96 Chicago Bulls also set the record for most road wins in a single NBA season with 33. The Warriors are 29-6 on the road this season with six games remaining.
-- The 1985-86 Boston Celtics hold the NBA record for best home record (40-1).
Longest home winning streaks in NBA history
2015-16 Golden State Warriors: 45 games*
1995-96 Chicago Bulls: 44 games
1995-96 Orlando Magic: 40 games
2015-16 San Antonio Spurs: 39 games*
1985-86 Boston Celtics: 38 games
All data provided by Opta Sports