Before each game Steph Curry takes a jumper from the entrance of the locker room at Oracle Arena as part of his warmup routine. The buyers of a pair of available tickets to NBA Finals Game 6 will watch that final practice shot sail over their heads, but the opportunity will cost more than most people earn in a year.

As The Chronicle reported last month, the well-documented ritual will end on Thursday night; the configuration of the Chase Center in San Francisco — the next home for the Warriors — will not allow Curry to try a similar shot.

The best possible seats to watch Curry prepare are not cheap. The NBA Finals Game 6 floor seats closest to the Warriors' bench were listed for sale on Ticketmaster Tuesday morning. Seats 133-134 in row AA sit right next to the players' floor entrance, and just a few feet from where Jordan Bell and Jonas Jerebko will be watching most of the game Thursday night.