Klay Thompson says Steph Curry may break his record of 14 three-pointers
In Saturday’s matchup, the Golden State Warriors broadcast staff had a special guest in the blowout game of the Detroit Pistons.
Klay Thompson participated in the NBC Sports Bay area broadcast in the third quarter and provided his insights on Steph Curry and the possibility of breaking 14 singles records for three-pointers.
(By NBC Sports Bay Area)
Thompson said: “I mean, it might be broken here in the next few years.” “It depends on Steve. Zach LaVine is close, but I might break it again. I don’t know. I don’t think this will last. That long time.”
On October 29, 2018, Thompson made 14 three-pointers and ended the game with 52 points against the Bulls. He broke Curry’s record of 13 in the game against the Pelicans on November 7, 2016.
When Thompson commented on the court, Curry scored 28 points with an 8-6 record to lead the Warriors to defeat the Pistons.
Thompson will be absent from the 2020/21 season because of the offseason (before the Warriors superstar hit the ACL and regained his original shape), the Achilles tendon bent to the right.
This post is written by Alexandros Tsakos