Two decades ago, the Michael Jordan-led Chicago Bulls finished the NBA regular season with 72 wins against only 10 losses. It’s the best regular season record in NBA history. In fact, no other team has won 70 games in a regular season, until this year’s Golden State Warriors who, in their final game of the regular season tonight, have a chance to break that record and finish the year with a 73-9 mark.

If you want to watch Steph Curry and the rest of the Warriors go for win no. 73 tonight against the Memphis Grizzlies, here’s what you need to know:

When: 10:30 p.m. ET

Where: Oracle Arena, Oakland, California

How to watch: ESPN on your TV or the WatchESPN app on your phone, tablet or browser

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Screenshot by Matt Elliott/CNET

The problem with the WatchESPN app is that it requires you to enter credentials from a participating cable or satellite provider. Once logged in, however, you can watch the game via the WatchESPN app on Android and Kindle Fire, iOS and Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Windows 10, Xbox One, Chromecast and Roku.

Fear not, cord cutters! You, too, can watch tonight’s potentially historic contest. Sling TV is currently offering a free 7-day trial, and among its many offerings is live sports on ESPN. To start your free trial, you will need to provide an email address and credit card number. And if you are signing up only to watch the Warriors tonight, then you will need to remember to cancel your free trial before your $20-per-month subscription begins.

Lastly, while you are watching the Warriors tonight, you can switch over to ESPN2 to watch Kobe Bryant’s final game and the Los Angeles Lakers go for win no. 17.

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