Klay Thompson missed the entire 2019/20 NBA season after sustaining a left ACL tear during the 2019 NBA Finals that his Golden State Warriors lost against the Toronto Raptors in six games. Thompson saw his team posting a 15-50 record, the worst in the league after Stephen Curry also went down with a broken hand in the fourth game of the season. Now the Dubs are all about revenge and Klay is the perfect example of that.
The shooting guard is ready to come back and he's planning to do so in a great fashion. Thompson recently published a picture of himself training, drawing mixed reactions, but making it clear that he has to show everybody that he still got it in a league that changed a lot since the last time he played.
"Twenty six days til basketball try outs , I gotta toughen up ...," he captioned the picture with.
The Warriors, just like Klay, have big pressure entering this season. They want to prove that they can win without Kevin Durant and that his Big 3 is still playing at the highest level. They have big expectations for the next season as the biggest threat for the Los Angeles Lakers in the Western Conference. This team is hurt and that makes them even more dangerous than before.
Klay is getting ready, Curry is getting ready and we can't wait to see the Splash Brothers back in action.