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Klay Thompson catches fire again, WSU baseball wins

Klay was NBA Jam hot again.

Kelley L Cox-USA TODAY Sports

Klay Thompson set a NBA record earlier this season when he scored 37 points in a single quarter. He didn't quite get that hot on Monday, but he came close. Thompson scored 26 points in the second quarter, part of 37 in the first half. He now owns at least a share the two highest-scoring quarters in the NBA this season.

You know things are going well when you're hitting shots like this.

He did it from distance too, burying several threes. There is making a shot, then there practically shredding nets like Thompson was doing on Monday.

The reactions from teammates, especially those on the court, are nearly as good as the scoring display. On one of the threes, Draymond Green starts jogging back on defense with his back turned before the ball even leaves Klay's hands.

That guy is unreal.



The WSU baseball team did its best Klay impression, throttling New Mexico State to keep the string of solid play rolling.

Aggies Fall 11-1 to Washington State in Pullman - - The Official Website of New Mexico State Athletics
The New Mexico State baseball team (4-28-1) traveled from Seattle, Wash. to Pullman, Wash. to face Washington State (18-17) on a Monday night game falling 11-1 at Bailey-Brayton Stadium.

Frost Powers Cougars Past New Mexico State, 11-1 - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
Cameron Frost’s three-run home run highlighted a five-run fourth inning to lead Washington State to a 11-1 victory over New Mexico State in a nonconference game Monday at Bailey-Brayton Field.

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Todd Shulenberger and Alex Grinch Guests on Cougar Calls with Bill Moos - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
Head soccer coach Todd Shulenberger and defensive coordinator Alex Grinch were special guests during Monday's Cougar Calls with Bill Moos show.