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49ers players react to Warriors’ record breaking win

Apr 13, 2016 at 10:26 PM--


Tonight, the Golden State Warriors won their 73rd game of the season, which happens to be the most in NBA history. What did San Francisco 49ers players have to say on social media about the record breaking victory?

While many of the 49ers' players seemed to have their eyes on Kobe Bryant's final game, which aired at the same time, there were some watching both games. Below are a few of the 49ers players' posts as they react to the Warriors 125-104 win over the Memphis Grizzlies.











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