On July 4, 2016, Kevin Durant announced that he would sign with the Warriors in free agency.
On June 30, 2019, KD announced that he was leaving the Dubs for the Brooklyn Nets.
During the three years in between, the 10-time All-Star helped Golden State win two NBA championships and was twice named NBA Finals MVP.
Last week, Golden State owner Joe Lacob announced: "As long as I am Co-Chairman of this team, no player will ever wear #35 for the Warriors again."
And Wednesday afternoon, the team posted the following message and video on Twitter:
Two-time Finals MVP
Two-time NBA Champion
2017 All-NBA Second Team
2018 NBA Community Assist Award
2018 All-NBA First Team
2019 All-NBA Second Team
2019 NBA All-Star MVP
KD left his mark on #DubNation
Thank you, 35 pic.twitter.com/yxudKZCtvG
— Golden State Warriors (@warriors) July 10, 2019
In case you missed it -- KD will wear No. 7 with the Nets.
Watch Warriors' video thanking two-time NBA Finals MVP Kevin Durant originally appeared on NBC Sports Bay Area