OT loss to Minnesota dims Warriors’ record prospects

The Warriors (69-9) failed in their first attempt to become the second 70-win team in NBA history and will have to close the season with four straight wins to break the single-season record of the 1995-96 Chicago Bulls. The Warriors will have a chance to clinch the top seed in the Western Conference and home-court advantage throughout the playoffs with a victory Thursday against San Antonio, but they forgot to take care of the Timberwolves (26-52) first. Minnesota fought back from its 17-point, third-quarter deficit to take its first lead since early in the game on an Andrew Wiggins free

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