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Klay Thompson of the Dallas Mavericks bids the Golden State Warriors farewell in a poignant post
In his most recent post, the newest Maverick says goodbye to the only team he has ever known.
Klay Thompson, a guard for the Golden State Warriors, was recently acquired by the Dallas Mavericks through a sign-and-trade agreement worth $50 million over three years. After playing in the Bay Area for his entire 13-year career, Thompson is moving to Dallas in the hopes of winning a fifth championship.

Thompson shared his farewell message to the Warriors supporters on Friday night.

“Oh Bay Area, words and pictures cannot express the depth of my feelings for you all. Thank you so much for the happiest moments of my life, from the bottom of my heart. I was honored to wear that Dubs jersey from the first game. All I really wanted was to be the best version of myself and contribute to as many championships as I could for the region. The friendships I made that will last a lifetime were the greatest thing, not the rings. Thank you to everyone of the incredible people who work so hard to make the @warriors organization the best in the world, on behalf of my family and myself. Celebrate its happening instead of lamenting its end. Until our next meeting.

With his four championships and five All-Star Game appearances alongside his Splash Brother Stephen Curry, Thompson had an incredible tenure with the Warriors, becoming the most recent example of an NBA dynasty. Thompson, who ranks sixth all-time in three-pointers made, is hoping to improve his record during his successful Mavericks tenure. Despite having suffered an ACL and an Achilles tear in consecutive seasons, Thompson remains one of the league’s best shooters and should provide Kyrie Irving and Luka Doncic with plenty of space to work with.

Despite allowing Thompson to leave in free agency this offseason without receiving a counteroffer, the Warriors have stated that they intend to retire his No. 11 jersey when he chooses to end his playing career.

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