Klay Thompson’s viral story after his superb performance!

Klay Thompson’s viral story after his superb performance!
Klay Thompson’s viral story after his superb performance!

Passed through in Game 5 against the Grizzlies, Klay Thompson reacted perfectly to the next game, including 30 points. A habit for the rear, visibly very comfortable when a Game 6 is in sight. In any case, this is what he made clear in a viral Instagram story.

The Warriors have completely taken down in their Game 5 against the Grizzlies, but they perfectly rectified the situation during Game 6 this Friday evening. The franchise qualified for the conference final, thanks to a huge Klay Thompson, author of 30 points. A suprise ? Not necessarily, when we know that he particularly loves Game 6. He earned his reputation with his legendary match against the Thunder a few years ago, where he scored 11 three-point shots.

Klay Thompson fan of his new nickname!

So Friday night, no question for Klay to miss. The star responded and maintained his nickname “Game 6 Klay”. This is something that amuses him a lot, as he was able to prove on Instagram. A few hours after the victory, the shooter shared several photos in his story, including Mike Tyson or Michael Jordan and then… himself.

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Michael Jackson, Mike Tyson, Michael Jordan, and then finally “Game 6 Klay”, only legends, in reference to the words of Jay-Z, in the song “Ni**as in Paris”.

The man. The myth. The legend… GAME 6 KLAY

Warriors in 6

Klay Thompson maintains his legend, and still performs in Game 6 to the delight of the Warriors, who reach the next round of the playoffs. The back continues and enjoys his performance, even if it will be necessary to show consistency in the next games. It is a title that is played.

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