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It is a query members of the Warriors get requested consistently: What makes you completely different from different groups within the league?
They’ve loads of inventory solutions, most of which focus on the concept they are not, truly, completely different. However it took a really Klay Thompson second to essentially cement the idea. The query was posed to Thompson, Stephen Curry, Shaun Livingston, Andre Iguodala and Kevin Durant in a bunch interview for “60 Minutes.” Nobody appeared to wish to bounce in, so Thompson did along with his regular charmingly laconic supply.
“You kinda see what you get,” he begins. “The ball goes within the hoop quite a bit.”
“Behind the scenes, we’re not that fascinating,” he continues as his teammates begin to smile. “We’re fairly regular. We take pleasure in households, the outside, films, music, artwork, meals. So it isn’t like we’re particular superhuman superheroes.”
There is a small pause as Thompson trails off, earlier than Curry and Iguodala begin laughing.
“That is a terrific reply,” Curry says whereas applauding.
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The “60 Minutes” interview covers loads of territory acquainted to Warriors followers, if not the bigger nationwide viewers. At one level, Thompson marvels at how he now sees Golden State followers in each enviornment within the league, a sight overseas to the staff in the beginning of his profession.
“The Warriors have some bandwagon like that,” Thompson mentioned. “I by no means would have thought it eight years in the past. It appeared like a distant fantasy.”
The Warriors play the Clippers at 7:30 p.m. Monday in Recreation 2 of the primary spherical of the NBA Playoffs. Golden State is up 1-Zero within the collection.