The 1996 Chicago Bulls won a total of 49 games at home including an undefeated run during the playoffs.
There are 34 games in a WNBA season, not including playoffs. The most there could possible be in a season, including playoffs, would be 43.
The most games played in one season including playoffs are179. ( Not including Spring Training )
Chicago Bears, as of start of 2011 season, 704 Regular Season wins, 721 including Playoffs. Green Bay Packers are second with 664 Regular Season wins, 693 including Playoffs. NY Giants are third with 636 Regular Season wins, 656 including Playoffs. Pittsburg Steelers are fourth with 546 Regular Season wins, 579 including Playoffs. source: NFL
The 1998 New York Yankees with 125 wins ... 114 in the regular season and 11 in the playoffs.
the New York Knicks
Pretty sure this is the correct answer. 72-10 regular season 15-3 playoffs leading to a championship 87-13 overall I would assume this is correct because the Bulls hold the regular season record for wins in a season. Adding to this the most wins possible in the playoffs at that time and I believe this is correct.
Including playoffs, it is 18 by the 1984 San Francisco 49ers, the 1985 Chicago Bears, and the 2007 New England Patriots. Not including playoffs, it is 16 by the 2007 New England Patriots.
The Pittsburgh Steelers in the 2005 season playoffs, the New England Patriots in 1985 season playoffs, and the New York Giants in the 2007 season playoffs.
The new york yankees, 1998 with 114 regular season wins and 11 post season wins for a total of 125 wins!!
I'm not positive, but this year's Cavs have to be close with 76.
The patriots won 21 from 03-04 and in 2007 won 18 in 1 season.