Transcript for Steph Curry thanks the people who make Oakland his home
We'll move on to our "Gma" cover story. Another slam dunk surprise from NBA megastar Steph curry as we gear up for game three of the finals tomorrow night. The golden state warrior paying tribute to the city of Oakland and the people who make it great. T.J. Is back with ha. I know we watch golden state warriors games on national TV. Oftentimes you see the beauty shots showing you, what, San Francisco, the bay area, golden gate bridge but this team is quintessentialally Oakland playing there 47 years and now about to leave. Steph curry, such a part of this success, this team, he has a message and that is written all over his shoes. Curry, for three. Reporter: The face of the golden state warrior, Steph curry, a six-time NBA all-star, two-time NBA MVP and three-time NBA chpion. He's now leading the warriors back to Oracle arena for the last time as they prepare to move across the bay to San Francisco. All year we've been celebrating Oakland, celebrating Oracle arena, give Oakland one celebration before we move across the bridge. Reporter: As curry says good-bye after ten years in Oakland he's taking time to thank the people who've made it a city worth missing releasing a special edition of his signature shoe, the under Armour curry six appropriately named thank you Oakland and he's gifting pairs to those who helped him along the way. Steph wanted to thank you for all that you do. Fancy box there. Dear Oakland. Through the ups and downs this city has always had my back. I'll always be grateful for you and every other person in the bay. You were the beg dog trainer in the game, hands down. Reporter: A parking attendant, his barber. He is indicative of the type of player, the type of people that come from Oakland. Reporter: Yousef Wright isn't just curry's barber he cuts the hair of many of the players on the team. There was a pair of shoes with my name on it and that they were an ode to Oakland, I mean, it's an amazing thing. It's not a marketing ploy. It's not a campaign for it. It's just sincere genuine gratitude to the city in which has helped him get to where he is at. I was absolutely taken aback. And this Oracle arena is a special place. So stuck with that team when they had a bunch of down years and it's just special that energy so looking forward to going to game three. These are the last ones ever for the warriors in Oracle. I asked you to get me a pair of shoes and you got both pair in my size. I needed a backup in case. It was for the prop. Are you ready for the game. I am. I'm literally running right out of here with my -- Do you need a date? Robin, yes. Can we tell folks yet. Yes. I'm going to the game. Robin is going to the game. With T.J. And the NBA invited me, the commissioner and I asked them, I said I know you got pretty good seats but I think I got better seats. You want to sit with me? Maybe split for awhile. Everybody, you skipped. Robin asked moo he to be her date. That's the key to everything. And you can see game three tomorrow night right here on ABC at 9:00 P.M. Eastern time.
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