Golden State Warriors shooting guard Klay Thompson has admitted he never thought he'd make 60 points in a game, after his career high night in a comfortable victory over the Indiana Pacers.
Klay Thompson was tap-dancing all over the Indiana Pacers. It didn’t seem logical that a self-respecting NBA team like the Pacers would allow one man to put on a personal showcase, with them as the victims. “Klay did do a good job of moving without the ball,” Pacers coach Nate McMillan said.
Klay Thompson may often feel like the third wheel while watching the Warriors offense usually run through Stephen Curry and Kevin Durant, but it was the former Washington State star going off in the first half of Monday's tilt against the Pacers. Despite playing just 18 minutes in the first half,