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The best of Klay Thompson at the Golden State Warriors parade

All the Golden State Warriors have waited 4 years for this moment, but Klay Thompson waited a little longer. Or at least a little more intensely. Back from two terrible injuries, one to the Crusader and one to the Achilles tendon, despite 2 years of absence Thompson was still crucial for the Warriors title victory.

At the parade Klay was among the absolute protagonists, often unwittingly. It all started when the player was still on his way from his home to the meeting point for the departure of the open bus. By boat of course: e while he was live on Instagram, his NBA champion hat flew off, lost in the San Francisco Bay. Never mind, at the parade he replaced him with that of captain.

Something replaceable, but with a little more difficulty, it would have been the NBA champion ring. Which Thompson nearly lost during the parade as he hugged some fans. Luckily Klay got it back and put it back on his finger.

But Thompson, as serious as he is from the outside, has a remarkable sense of humor. At some point, in the middle of the road, put down the full glass of alcohol he was drinking and the Larry O’Brien Trophy just to try his hand at a Michael Jackson ballet.

And with alcohol, Klay may have exaggerated a bit, like all his comrades understandably. His senses of him must have been a little clouded when he stumbled on the street and, trying to keep himself standing for several meters, ended up dead weight on a fan who was passing by. Fortunately, nothing serious, just a very funny skit.

Klay Thompson was also the protagonist of the moment in which players and members of the management addressed a few words to the public. While talking about Steph Curry and his tears of joy at the end of Race-6, the other Splash Brother took the microphone and teased himself and his friend: “Come on, who’s crying on a basketball court?”. Mindful perhaps of the Magone that he himself had tried, sitting on the bench, a few months ago, when his return to the field was very close and everything was still to be written.

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