No team in NBA history has ever gone 41-0 at home during the regular season.

According to Draymond Green, that is about to change.

"We've been phenomenal at home. We've protected our home court. I think it's possible for us to do it," Green told NBA.com.

"I think we will. I do."

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The Warriors are 25-0 at home so far this season, and have won 43 straight regular season games at Oracle Arena dating back to last season.

A win over the Thunder on Thursday night would tie the Chicago Bulls' NBA record of 44 straight (seven in 1994-95, and 37 in 1995-96).

The 1985-86 Celtics are the only team to ever go 40-1 at home over a full season.

Six teams, including the 2014-15 Warriors, went 39-2.

The Spurs are 29-0 in San Antonio this season.

"It's pretty hard to do," Kerr said. "A lot of things have to go right. We've had a couple games this year that we probably should have lost at home. But it's not anything we think about or talk about."