The Golden State Warriors will host the Oklahoma City Thunder in Game 7 of the Western Conference Finals on Monday and they will do it because of Klay Thompson. Golden State appeared finished in Game 6, but Thompson just wouldn't let the Warriors die.
Thompson scored 41 points in Game 6 a new playoff career-high. He did most of the damage from long range, hitting a new NBA playoff record 11 three pointers. Don't believe me? You can watch all 11 thanks to the NBA.
NBA playoff record for three pointers in a game -- check.
NBA record for points in a quarter -- check.
NBA three-point contest champion -- check.
Two-time NBA All-Star -- check.
That Klay Thompson character is turning into a pretty solid basketball player. And just because, let's watch some Klay WSU highlights.
Cougar Rowing Finishes 12th at NCAA Championships - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
Washington State University finished 12th as a team with 62 points after the third and final day of competition at the 2016 NCAA Championships held at Lake Natoma under fairly good conditions and sunny skies.
Cougars Fall in Rubber Game To California - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
Washington State fell 11-5 in the rubber game of the series to the University of California at Bailey-Brayton Field Sunday afternoon.
Cougars Get Bigger And Faster With Latest Recruits - TU
The words dull and boring rarely describe Washington State coach Mike Leach. But when it comes to the Cougars 2016 recruiting class, dull and boring suits it well.