Steph Curry screams 'I'm gonna miss you' while driving by Oracle Arena




 

For all Warriors fans, Oracle Arena holds a special place in their heart.

If you've driven by the Warriors old home on I-880 over the last few weeks, you've no doubt gotten a little emotional knowing the team will never play in that building again.

Now, imagine if you're Steph Curry and it's the only NBA arena you've ever called home?

On Sunday afternoon, Curry posted a video to his Instagram Stories showing him driving by Oracle while bumping E40.

"I'm gonna to miss that place," Curry is heard screaming. "I'm gonna miss you."

As you can see in the video, construction crews haven't finished removing the Oracle Arena signage. But they are close. It's a sad sight for Dub Nation.

In October, the Warriors will move into Chase Center, their brand new home in the Mission Bay area of San Francisco.

[RELATED: Warriors install giant videoboard outside Chase Center]

For now, though, let's all join Steph by shedding a tear for Roaracle.

We'll miss you, old friend.

Steph Curry screams 'I'm gonna miss you' while driving by Oracle Arena originally appeared on NBC Sports Bay Area

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