SAN BRUNO, Calif. --A Warriors super fan has an impressive memorabilia collection inside his garage at his home in San Bruno, California.
Who needs Oracle Arena when you can check out Jerome Diaz' house. "It's a lot of work, but we're getting there on a scale from one to 10, I'm probably at a seven," Diaz said.
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Diaz' a long time Dubs fan. He has so many photos and autographs of the players in his garage that there's no room for the family car anymore. "I enjoy watching the game at home, with family and friends and I thought maybe the garage could be a place," Diaz said.
With his wife's blessing, he created a place inside his garage he calls, "man cave meets Dubs sanctuary." From stadium seats, to light up signs, and even a blue light for all those three pointers, there's no shortage of fan pride there.
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He said his wife regrets giving him the green light to build his Dubs sanctuary inside the garage.
In San Francisco, super Dubs fan Jason Villacamp is just grateful to be to be going to the see the NBA Finals in person. "It's a journey for me, and I'm extremely grateful," he said.
Villacamp was diagnosed several years ago with Lymphoma in his knee, and the prognosis was grim. But with radiation and a lot of strength, he beat back the disease and is now cancer free. "One of the first days I could walk after chemotherapy, I think I went to a Warriors game. One of the first days after the staff infection that I was not contagious I went to a Warriors game," Villacamp said.
Just like the Dubs, Villacamp said never gave up "Strength in Numbers."
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