The Golden State Warriors won three NBA championships over a five-year period in which they averaged 64.4 wins per season, but the Dubs will officially enter the All-Star break with the league's worst record at 12-43 after regular-season play concluded on Thursday:
Caesars Palace listed a 47-win over/under total for Golden State before the season, good enough for seventh-best in the Western Conference.
Two-time All-NBA selection Klay Thompson has missed the whole year with a torn ACL suffered in last year's NBA Finals, and two-time NBA MVP Stephen Curry played only four games before suffering a broken left hand against the Phoenix Suns in October.
Their regular-season performance slightly regressed in 2017-18 and 2018-19, but Golden State still finished no worse than 57-25 over that span.
They are guaranteed no worse than the fifth pick in the draft if they finish with the league's worst mark.