Lebron James has to hand it to the Warriors. They're "the most healthy team I've ever seen in NBA history," he recently said per Cleveland.com. Indeed, yesterday the defending NBA champions tied the league record for best-ever start with a win over the Nuggets, their 15th in a row as CBS SF reports. That means when they take the court tomorrow in Los Angeles against the Lakers, the Warriors could leave with the NBA record in that category.

The real challenge? That might be for fans who want to get piece of the action. The Mercury News did the numbers, noting that VIP seats are listed for up to $5,264 each this morning at Warriors.com. Stubhub, which earlier this month saw their antitrust suit against the Warriors dismissed according to ESPN, has the courtside goods for $4,558 a piece.

Even standing room is $249 a ticket at this point. But hey, you'll want to be standing to see the potential history-making win, won't you?

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