The Warriors said goodbye to more than the 2018-19 season on Thursday night -- they said farewell to Oracle Arena. That's 47 years of memories they leave behind -- and for 10 of them, Steph Curry and his wife Ayesha called it a second home.
Over the last decade, Oracle witnessed the Curry family begin and grow into the wholesome tribe that introduced Riley, Ryan and Canon into the world. Ayesha wanted to pay her respects to the location:
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We've spent the past 10 yrs at Oracle. Took our "save the date" photos there (lol), brought all of our children to their first games there. Laughed, cried, celebrated, you name it. We "grew up" together there. We will never forget our decade at Oracle. Thank you Dub Nation for loving us, embracing us and always cheering and rooting for my husband no matter what. On and off the court. The warriors are something special. Best part? They're just getting started. Time to make new memories with the best fans in the world !!! ROARACLE will ALWAYS have a special place in our hearts. I Love you @stephencurry30 and am infinitely proud of you. 💪🏾💛💙
She also shouted out Warriors fans who through it all, supported the family -- especially Steph.
"Thank you Dub Nation for loving us, embracing us and always cheering and rooting for my husband no matter what," Curry wrote. "On and off the court. The warriors are something special. Best part? They're just getting started."
The post had a photo of the couple holding hands and appeared to be exchanging words, or maybe they were just exchanging smiles -- something you wouldn't expect after losing a 114-110 Game 6 of The Finals to the Toronto Raptors. You would have had no idea that just occurred.
Ayesha also shared a photo of friends and family full of smiles in the same Instagram.
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Chase Center in San Francisco will now be the new home of the Warriors -- and another chapter in the Curry's lives. But "ROARACLE" will always have a special place in their hearts.