Game 6 of the NBA Finals is here, which means the last Warriors game at Oracle Arena will take place on Thursday.
After that, no matter the outcome, Oracle will be just a building that holds countless memories. Some great memories.
One of those last thoughts will include a small dedication to Kevin Durant, as a special rally towel will be given to fans that will honor both him and the town the Warriors have played in all of these years.
The same message appears on the Warriors' warm-up shirts as well.
Warriors assistant coach Chris Demarco wearing this t-shirt, also on the lockers of the Warriors players. Could be warming up in them tonight pic.twitter.com/DWJdyvY9N3— Vincent Goodwill (@VinceGoodwill) June 13, 2019
This towel and shirts were made for Oakland, and just as importantly, they were made for KD.
Durant will miss the rest of The Finals after he announced on Instagram he underwent successful surgery to repair a ruptured right Achilles tendon.
"My road back starts now," he wrote.
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This may seem like something small, but when those thousands of fans are twisting those towels over their heads at the game and the Warriors players are warming up in the shirts, it'll show just how much of an impact it can have.
And you better believe each and every one of them will have Durant on their mind.