It has become customary this season for crowds at Oracle Arena to utter the "MVP-MVP-MVP" chant when Warriors star Stephen Curry is at the foul line.
The chant also occurs in several other road venues, most notably Sleep Train Arena in Sacramento.
But in Brooklyn? All the way on the opposite coast?
That's where the chant was heard Monday night. For the Barclays Center crowd to get behind Curry suggests some serious support for the point guard, who is in the thick of the league MVP race.
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"I kind of forgot where I was for a second, to be honest with you," Curry said after the 110-108 loss to the Nets. "I think they just had so much bottled up excitement because nothing happened in the first and then all of a sudden it started getting going and we had a big contingency of fans.
Curry scored only 8 points through the first three quarters before heating up for 18 in the fourth to lead a rally that fell just short at the end.
"I just went out and looked around and was kind of like, 'Where am I?' kind of deal because it was loud in there.
"You love that kind of support on the road and at 46-12, we're a team that is hopefully destined for great things and to have that kind of support is huge."