Klay Thompson Reveals Uncanny Way Of Getting Out Of Shooting Funk

Golden State Warriors guard Klay Thompson is off to a rough start to the 2022 NBA Finals. To get out of his terrible shooting funk, the 5-time All-Star admitted he goes over to YouTube and rewatches clips of Game 6 Klay. 

Through two games versus the Boston Celtics, the 5-time All-Star is shooting just 30.3 percent from the field and 26.7 percent from three, while averaging just 13.0 points per game. 

You can't blame Thompson for going that route to regain his rhythm. With his shot not going down right now, perhaps all he needs is a reminder of the heights he can get to.

Thompson has had some of his best performances in Game 6's. 

Perhaps his most notable is Game 6 of the 2016 Western Conference Finals, where his 41 points and 11 three-pointers led Golden State to a series-saving win to force a Game 7.

Another is his performance in Game 6 of the 2019 NBA Finals. 

Before going down with a torn ACL, Thompson was on his way to another classic. He scored 30 points with four three-pointers and even valiantly made two freethrows while pretty much standing on one leg.

Thompson and the Warriors will look to steal back home court advantage and take a 2-1 series lead as they roll into Boston for Game 3 on Wednesday.

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