No matter where you stand on the move to the Golden State Warriors that Kevin Durant made, it is unquestionable that he had numerous incentives to head to the Bay Area.

Recently, it was reported by that the involvement of Steve Nash as a part-time consultant played a part in convincing Durant. The small forward would have undoubtedly been tempted by the idea of living nearby the city of San Francisco. It also helps that they have a loaded roster, coming off the back of a historic 73-9 season, on the precipice of potentially creating a dynasty.

As per Sam Amick of USA Today Sports, the franchise didn’t rest on their laurels. The Warriors pitched to Durant using a virtual reality headset to show a presentation that they had prepared, taking heed from their local Silicon Valley community.

When the four-time NBA scoring champion donned the headset, he watched a video that contained footage of the Golden Gate Bridge and Steve Kerr addressing his squad, all to the tune of Drake and Future’s “Big Rings”.

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The move was a smart one by the Warriors, as Durant was recently revealed as an official member of the team. Fans all over Northern California will be incredibly grateful for how far virtual reality has come.

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