Klay Thompson

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Thursday links: Klay Thompson goes wild

9 May 2013 | 2:46 pm The Pac-12 is making its mark in the NBA playoffs. On Monday, former Washington star Nate Robinson led the Chicago Bulls to a surprising Game 1 upset against the defending champion Miami Heat. And Wednesday night, former Washington State star Klay Thompson played the best game of his life. He scored 34 points and collected 14 rebounds – both career highs – for the Golden State Warrior during a … http://blogs.seattletimes.com/huskymensbasketball/2013/05/09/thursday-links-klay-thompson-goes-wild/?syndication=rss

Klay Thompson Shot the Warriors Past Spurs in Game 2

9 May 2013 | 2:42 pm With all eyes on Steph Curry following his 44-point Game 1 explosion , everyone seemed to have forgetten about Klay Thompson. Klay more than made up for the disappointment of fouling out of Game 1 lighting up the Spurs, and putting the clamps on Tony Parker and sent the series back to The Bay deadlocked at one game apiece. http://www.slamonline.com/online/nba/2013/05/warriors/

5 quick facts about Warriors guard Klay Thompsons 29-point first half (Video)

9 May 2013 | 2:25 pm Klay Thompson exploded into the national consciousness on Wednesday night, pouring in 29 first-half points in a scintillating shooting display that left the San Antonio Spurs stunned and helped propel the Golden State Warriors to a convincing 100-91 win. As Continue reading http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/nba-ball-dont-lie/5-quick-facts-warriors-guard-klay-thompson-29-142537335.html

Klay Thompson Shot the Warriors Past Spurs in Game 2 – Slam Online

9 May 2013 | 2:40 pm With all eyes on Steph Curry following his 44-point Game 1 explosion, everyone seemed to have forgetten about Klay Thompson. Thompson devastated the San Antonio Spurs with 29 first half points, en route to a total of 34 http://www.slamonline.com/online/nba/2013/05/warriors/

Klay Thompson Does A Damn Good Steph Curry Impersonation

9 May 2013 | 1:08 pm Game 2 goes to Golden State, on the backs of an unconscious Klay Thompson and some crucial makes from Steph Curry. If not for a once-in-a-decade San Antonio comeback, they would be up 2-0. They should be. But the http://deadspin.com/klay-thompson-does-a-damn-good-steph-curry-impersonatio-498407973

NBA playoffs 2013, Warriors vs. Spurs: Klay Thompson, Stephen …

9 May 2013 | 1:00 pm The best backcourt in the league looked every bit like world-beaters as they fed off one another and took over Game 2 on both ends of the floor, exposing the Spurs as a step too slow to keep up. http://www.sbnation.com/nba/2013/5/9/4314436/nba-playoffs-2013-warriors-vs-spurs-klay-thompson-stephen-curry-best-backcourt


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10 Responses to Klay Thompson

    • Curator says:

      Klay Thompson is half-white, and half-black, he may look white, but he is also half-black. He’s ” bi-racial “.
      His dad, Mychal Thompson who played in the NBA through 1978-1991, was drafted by the Portland Trailblazers, in 1978. He is a two-time NBA champion, winning his championships with the Los Angleles Lakers.

  • What Nba Team Should I Follow? I live in Seattle and the closest team is the Portland Trailblazers. Should I follow them? They show all there games in my Market and are only about 150 miles away and a 2.5 hour drive to go to a game. Should I cheer for them?

  • What Are The Spurs Chances Of Getting Past The Warriors? I’m going to assume the Warriors will finish off the Nuggets and face the Spurs in the second round. I’ve been rooting for the Spurs to make it to the finals since I bet my friend 50 dollars on them making it all the way this year. They got an easy pass with the Lakers do to the aged roster and all the injuries, but the Warriors are young and athletic and that concerns me. How can they stop Stephen Curry?
    The last 5 years I’ve lost a combined 250 dollars betting on the Spurs. Hopefully I’m right this time!

    • Curator says:

      Golden State relies HEAVILY on jump shots. They are a jump shooting team. They live and die by making jumpers. They are like Houston, they are so focused on scoring so many points, they don’t really play much defense. But, the spurs are a top 5 defensive team. They have the ability to stop Golden State from making those jump shots, or at least making them take TOUGHER shots. But here’s why I think the Spurs would win in 5 games. Golden State’s front court is not that great. With David Lee out, their front court is even worse than it was before. All they really have is Bogut (who isn’t even that good and is playing in only his second playoffs) and Carl Landry as their best big men to hold the post. Tim Duncan has proven he can still drop over 20 points in one night, he dropped 26 against Gasol and Howard in Game 3. Tiago Splitter when he comes back from an injury has improved greatly from last year. MATT BONNER has played well. Did you watch the lakers series? He played pretty darn good and held his own against Gasol and Howard at times. Did you watch game 4 yesterday? Aron Baynes played some solid defense on Howard, even made him turn the ball over twice. Baynes’ solid D frustrated Howard to a point where he got ejected!! So Baynes shows he can actually contribute and play some solid defense, if given the minutes. So you have Tim Duncan, Tiago Splitter, a wild card in Matt Bonner, and Aron Baynes. That to me is waaaay superior than Andrew Bogut and Carl Landry. The spurs have the front court advantage by a long shot. Golden State will rely heavily on shooting to win games. Kawhi Leonard on Klay Thompson is going to be a good matchup. I personally think Kawhi will get the upper hand. Klay isn’t a great defender at all, and like Curry, he loves to take jumpers most of the time. Kawhi has the defensive ability to shut down Thompson. Curry vs. Parker could go either way. I don’t think Curry can stop Parker’s penetration ability, and I don’t think Parker can stop Curry from shooting lights out. Then you got Manu vs. Jarrett Jack. That’s another good matchup. Jack can shoot lights out, but Manu is so unpredictable who knows what he’ll do to win a game. But it’s the spurs’ FRONT COURT and presence down low that will be too much for Golden State’s depleted and mediocre post game. Not to mention, the spurs are waaaay too experienced. I don’t think anyone on Golden State have even been to the Western Conference Finals in their careers. That’s not good, especially against a team like the Spurs. The spurs will do what they did to the inexperienced players on the Lakers, use their lack of playoff experience against them and expose them. Spurs I think will get it in 5. I think in one game in Golden State, the warriors will get super lucky and shoot lights out (probably like 60% for the whole game) and everything they put up goes in the basket, causing them to win one at home. Also, Golden State hasn’t won in San Antonio since 1997!!!

  • How Many Wins Would This Team Get And Also How Far In Playoffs? Coach

    pg- stephen curry
    sg- james harden
    sf- klay thompson
    pf- ryan anderson
    c- kevin love

    bench- jose calderon, mario chalmers, ray allen, jj redick, kyle korver, steve novak, andrea bargnani, byron mullins

    • Curator says:

      Ill give them 55-60 wins in regular season but probably a second round team in the West, conference finals in the East. Not enough defense and inside scoring to beat the Heat or OKC or SAS

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