Rachamkin pleaded, getting transferred from a customer service rep to a manager to a department director.
“I can't promise anything,” the director told him, “but email this company in the Far East with exactly what you want. They are our partner and should be able to deliver on time.”
Two weeks later, a No. 35 burnt orange Texas jersey arrived on Rachamkin's doorstep.
Not long after, Rachamkin was standing in a club in New York City, unbuttoning his dress shirt to reveal the jersey had on underneath, holding out a Sharpie and asking Durant to sign it.
That jersey is now framed and hung in Rachamkin's living room.
So is a Thunder blue Durant jersey that Rachamkin got signed during a Drew League game in Los Angeles during the lockout two years ago.
Rachamkin is all in.
The 29-year-old who works as the director of sales for a marketing firm has even flown from San Francisco to Oklahoma City for a few games.
“The passion that OKC has for this team and that the team has for its city is truly something special,” he said. “I am proud to call myself an OKC Thunder fan.”
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