Are you ready for the cutest thing you'll see today? Of course you are.
Maggie Ruenzel, a second-grade music teacher at Cleveland Elementary School in Oakland, wanted to bring the Warriors spirit into her classroom by creating her own special tune and introducing it to her students who put on an amazing performance:
"I walk around my apartment all the time just writing little things here and there and I'm a huge Warriors fan," Ruenzel told NBC Sports Bay Area. "I think I was just in the shower one day when I started making up the song."
"I was thinking it would be really cute to teach [the song] to them because a lot of the kids in the class were also huge Warriors fans and we had talked about it before."
And they picked up on it quickly.
She has a class with this group on Tuesdays and Fridays. On Tuesday she performed it for them, and by Friday, the magic was there.
"So it was just three days after they first heard it."
But it doesn't stop at music -- she uses Stephen Curry metaphors in her every day teaching concepts as well.
"One I often use when I need the kids to show their growth, by proving they can perform a melody or rhythm more than once, is that they should be like Curry, proving his excellence by shooting three-pointers all game long," she said.
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The Oakland native has been a fan of the Dubs "since forever," and by listening to the lyrics, it appeared it didn't take her much effort to create such a catchy song.
And if you're at all stressed over the matchup against the Warriors as they face the Raptors in the NBA Finals, don't you worry -- they have Curry.