Possible History-Making Event Tomorrow Night Bumps Kobe Bryant’s Final Game Off ESPN’s Main Channel

Apr 12, 2016  •  Post A Comment

Wednesday, April 13, is a big night for the NBA, with playoff positions still being decided and Los Angeles Lakers superstar Kobe Bryant playing in his final game — but the main attraction that night will be a game in which many observers are expecting history to be made.

The Golden State Warriors have a chance to break the record for most wins in a season if they can hold court in Oakland against the Memphis Grizzlies in the teams’ final regular-season game. Fansided reports that Bryant’s final start for the Lakers, against the Utah Jazz at L.A.’s Staples Center, had been scheduled to air on ESPN, but has been bumped to ESPN2 to make way for the Golden State-Memphis game.

If the Warriors beat the Grizzlies, as most insiders are predicting, Golden State will finish the regular season at 73-9, eclipsing the record of 72-10 set by the Michael Jordan-led 1995-96 Chicago Bulls.

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  1. IF the Warriors beat the Grizzlies? LOL

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