Klay Thompson had a busy weekend in Los Angeles. Not only did he play in the All-Star game for the fourth time, but he nearly won his second Three-Point Contest and he discussed rumors about leaving the Warriors when he’s a free agent.
Oh and he was in this photo Twitter loves.
Photographer: “Alright guys, act natural”— Devin Walker (@Devin_Walker5) February 19, 2018
Klay Thompson: pic.twitter.com/pRf4cxCvjJ
Klay scored 25 points in the Three-Point contest, which is enough to win in some years, but he was edged by Devin Booker’s record 28 points. Thompson scored 15 points in the All-Star Game, all in the first half.
He seemed to enjoy the experience in a way like only Klay can.
The start of Klay Thompson's All-Star presser today pic.twitter.com/hsmQRTD9AO— Anthony Slater (@anthonyVslater) February 18, 2018
Klay Thompson Forever.
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