Fans have missed much of Klay Thompson, as he was absent in a few seasons due to an injury.
Thompson has made his comeback this November after a devastating surgery for his torn right Achilles and having the ACL on his left knee. Now that he’s back on the court, he is determined and motivated than ever to win back the championship title.
Sharp-shooter Thompson had a record before of 37 points per game, with 14 3-pointer shots. As he is resolved with his health condition, Thompson planned to do it again.
Thompson is grateful that he gets to play basketball again after he was seen practicing on Tuesday. He mentioned that it will take time for him to adjust and condition himself or simply simulate a game, but he’s feeling great and ready for the next season. Thompson also hopes that he is able to play a 12-minute quarter soon, but as of now, he is settled with a four-minute play.
The Golden States Warrior Coach Steve Kerr had been bombarded regarding Thompson’s official return on the court, and this might be the perfect season to reunite him with his Splash Brother, Stephen Curry. However, Kerr pointed out that Thompson might have some initial restrictions being back on the court.
Kerr agreed with Thompson’s statement that it might take time for him to be at his full performance on the court, especially that the Warrior star missed more than 2 years on the court.