On Sunday night, the Golden State Warriors notched the team's 72nd win of the season, becoming only the second NBA team in history to do so.
Not only did the Warriors tie the '95-'96 Chicago Bulls for most wins in a season, they also beat the San Antonio Spurs at home, the first time they have done so since 1997.
In addition to that, they broke the Spurs' 48-game unbeaten streak at home and also became the first team to not have consecutive losses in a season.
If that wasn't enough, they also set a record with 34 road game wins.
In the process of picking up their 72nd win of the season, Steph Curry continued his remarkable form, taking on four defenders, making mind-boggling shots, and driving hard to the lane with no concern for safety.
This shot didn't count, but lets just give it to him at this point.
He didn't forget about his teammates, though. "From one splash brother to another."
Despite the win and obvious comparisons, Curry remains humble and focused.
When asked about being on the same level as Michael Jordan, Curry told Yahoo! "I try to stay in my lane when it comes to that."
His coach, Steve Kerr, who played for the '95-'96 Bulls, didn't hold back, though. He said, "Michael was the most confident human being I've ever seen, but the confidence of Steph, you don't shoot 35-foot fadeaways off the dribble unless you're really confident. Steph is similar in that regard."
Despite the opportunity to set the wins record against the Memphis Grizzlies on Wednesday, the Warriors remain focused on repeating as champions.
Guard Andre Iguodala said, "That don't mean anything to me. Championship balls, that's all that matters to me."
Curry echoed the same sentiments, saying, "The goal is to win a championship. That's the goal. But we put ourselves in a great position to end the season with a win and do something no team has done in the history. That's an amazing accomplishment," as per Fox News.