The Golden State Warriors stayed alive on Saturday night (May 28) with a 108-101 win over the Oklahoma City Thunder in Game 6 of the Western Conference Finals… behind Klay Thompson’s 41-point performance.
Of those points, Klay drained 11 three-pointers, which set a new NBA record, and a personal playoff career high.
However, he wasn’t happy, and felt he could’ve done more. “I should have had at least 13 because I missed some wide-open looks early,” Thompson said after the game… with a straight face.
The Warriors will return to Oracle Arena on Monday night (May 30) for Game 7.
See every three-pointer Thompson made last night below.