Since they added former scoring champion, Kevin Durant, the Golden State Warriors’ offense is expected to be one of the most potent ones in history. Not only is Durant one of the most lethal scorers in NBA history, but they have last season’s scoring leader in Stephen Curry (30.1 a night), and Klay Thompson, who just so happens to own the record for most points in a single quarter (37).
On Golden State’s first day of practice, the two All-Stars got into a shooting competition at the end, and Anthony Slater of the Bay Area News Group was able to catch a minute-and-15-second long clip of the two nailing shot after shot after shot.
Here's 75 seconds of Klay Thompson and Kevin Durant not missing until KD snaps the streak pic.twitter.com/6g3hUh57cQ
— Anthony Slater (@anthonyVslater) September 28, 2016
Three interesting things to take away from this video:
- KD and Klay won’t miss open jumpers.
- This is one of the few times that the focus hasn’t been on Curry, who’s playing one-on-one in the foreground.
- JaVale McGee is on the Warriors training camp roster–I repeat, the infamous JaVale McGee has found his way onto the most talented team in basketball.