On this day: Klay Thompson’s 41 points leads Warriors to Game 6 win vs. Thunder in 2016 WCF

Sunday marked the seven-year anniversary of one of the biggest heartbreaking moments in Oklahoma City Thunder fandom history.

Game 6 Klay.

With the Thunder up 3-2 against the Golden State Warriors, they needed one more win to secure a berth in the 2016 NBA Finals. OKC’s best shot came in its final home game of the Western Conference Finals in Game 6.

Instead, what transpired was Klay Thompson ripping the heart out of the Thunder as he went supernova to inch the Warriors one step closer to their eventual series win after falling behind 3-1.

The Warriors escaped OKC with a 108-101 road win.

Thompson finished with 41 points on 14-of-31 shooting and went a ridiculous 11-of-18 from 3. 19 of Thompson’s points came in the fourth quarter alone. Steph Curry also contributed with 31 points, 10 rebounds and nine assists.

Meanwhile, Kevin Durant had 29 points on inefficient 10-of-31 shooting in what turned out to be the final home game of his Thunder tenure. Russell Westbrook also had 28 points on 10-of-27 shooting, 11 assists and nine rebounds.

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Story originally appeared on Thunder Wire