Klay Thompson Sends a Strong Message To Golden State Warriors After Devastating Loss vs. San Antonio Spurs

Klay Thompson and the Golden State Warriors haven’t been as successful this season as they have in previous championship seasons, particularly following a loss to the San Antonio Spurs. Following the game, the Splash Brother discussed how a Warriors lineup without Stephen Curry fared against a Spurs squad sans Victor Wembanyama.

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The Warriors dropped that game to San Antonio 126-113. Keldon Johnson, who came off the bench, led the Spurs with 22 points and 11 rebounds. Jeremy Sochan and Malaki Branham each scored 20 points to help the Alamo defeat the Dubs.

Thompson led the Warriors with 27 points off the bench. Jonathan Kuminga tallied 26 points, three rebounds, and two assists.

This is the Warriors’ second consecutive loss, following their recent defeat to the Chicago Bulls. Golden State is now ranked tenth in the Western Conference, with a 33-30 record.

Klay Thompson Shares His Wisdom Following the Golden State Warriors’ Frustrating Loss to the San Antonio Spurs

Thompson spoke after the game on how the Warriors competed against San Antonio. Warriors posted a video to NBCS on X.

Despite the loss, Thompson praised the Spurs’ shooting throughout the game. He also mentioned Jonathan Kuminga’s performance and expressed optimism that he will adopt the same approach when Golden State plays San Antonio again shortly.

Thompson has an average of 17.1 points, 38% from downtown, 3.4 rebounds, and 2.2 assists per game this season. Interestingly, the Spurs won without Wembanyama, their top draft pick this season.

Certainly, the Warriors will go into their upcoming game against San Antonio with a chip on their shoulder. Keep an eye out for Thompson to see if he can stay hot off the bench by then.

 

 

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