Warriors’ sharpshooter Klay Thompson finally broke the 20-point barrier in the 2023-24 NBA season, ending a 13-game drought, but he remains characteristically nonchalant about the achievement.
In the post-game interview following the win against the Rockets, Thompson casually downplayed his performance, offering a unique perspective by stating, “I’ve scored more in a quarter than I did tonight,” reminding fans of his historic scoring prowess.
Thompson’s subdued reaction came despite a standout performance against the Rockets, contributing significantly to the team’s victory.
The 33-year-old shooting guard showcased resilience in overcoming a challenging start to the season, where he struggled to reach the 20-point mark in any game.
For the season, Thompson maintains an average of 14.4 points, along with 3.3 rebounds and 2.1 assists per game. The recent breakout game could mark a turning point for Thompson, offering a glimpse of the scoring prowess that has defined his career.