As every diehard NBA fan already knows, the Golden State Warriors will take on the San Antonio Spurs tonight with plenty on the line. The Warriors, at 62-6, still have a chance at topping the 1996 Chicago Bulls' 72-10 record while the Spurs are currently 34-0 at home. However, Golden State will be far from 100 percent coming into Saturday's contest. 

Golden State defeated the Mavericks, 130-112, in Dallas last night and they're also dealing with injuries to Andrew Bogut (toe), Andre Iguodala (ankle) and Festus Ezeli (knee). So, Warriors jokingly told reporters of a new approach he may take tonight. 

Obviously, the competitive spirit in this Warriors' unit will try their hardest to prevent that from happening against a team like the Spurs. But, what happens if San Antonio head coach Gregg Popovich decides to bench all his main players to see how Kerr reacts? Tonight's game can go from a must-see to even don't bother very quickly. 

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