Steph Curry shows Klay Thompson, Draymond Green love on Instagram

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Steph shows Klay, Draymond love after loss on IG Live originally appeared on NBC Sports Bayarea

Following the Warriors' heartbreaking 117-112 season-ending loss to the Memphis Grizzlies on Friday night, Steph Curry had a lot to say. 

The NBA MVP finalist didn't go out quiet in his last game of a sensational season. Curry led all scorers with 39 points and drained six 3-pointers. He didn't go out quiet on his way home either. 

Curry hopped on Instagram Live his entire ride home, and gave Warriors fans another show off the court too. While wearing what appeared to be a James Wiseman white Warriors jersey, he showed major love to his two longest-tenured teammates: Klay Thompson and Draymond Green. 

Speaking on Green, Curry couldn't hold back what his impact means to the Warriors. He declared Draymond this season's Defensive Player of the Year and thanked him for everything he did for him and the entire team in what was a wild season

Then it was time to speak on his fellow Splash Brother. 

"Klay Thompson, y'all saw that boy tonight," Curry said. "He was on the bench just steamin' ready to get back. He put out an IG post, I think a story or somethin', talkin' about what's about to happen next year when he comes back, all the work that he's puttin' in the offseason. 

"So y'all send Klay love, support. Y'all send all your wishes as he keeps grindin' to get back. It's been a long two years for my dog. I can't wait for him to be back out there."

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After having to watch from the sidelines for the second straight season, Thompson took to Instagram Friday night and said he truly believes his best lies ahead of him, promising Warriors fans he isn't done.

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Klay has a believer in Steph.

"I believe every word he said on that IG," Curry said on Instagram Live.

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