Klay Thompson Opens Up On Draymond, Poole Fight, Winning ‘Cures All’
Opens up on Poole, Draymond Fight
… Winning ‘Cures All’
12/9/2022 4: 13 PM PT
Klay Thompson believes Draymond Green‘s attack on teammate Jordan Poole will eventually be nothing but a “blip on the story” … saying the team will be farther away from the incident the more they win.
Klay spoke about the October practice altercation in an interview with ESPN’s Malika Andrews this week … saying he wasn’t too concerned about the impact it would have on the team’s chemistry as long as they handled business on the court.
Klay Thompson sat down with @malika_andrews and discussed the adversity in his career and how he wants to be remembered.
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“It is unfortunate that it got leaked but those guys, Jordan and Draymond, are all brothers,” Klay said. “I knew that time heals all injuries, just like the old saying goes. I know that winning and having fun cures everything. “
” We’re playing that Warriors basketball again, and once we continue doing so, I think it will be just a blip in the story. “
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Klay also spoke about what his dad — ex-NBAer Mychal Thompson — thought of the altercation … saying, “He tried to downplay it. “
“I mean, he played in the ’80s. They were fighting each other every other game. I’ve seen Larry Bird have to fight off three 76ers once. Dr. J and him choking each other. He comes from a different generation. “
” I was worried at the beginning,” Thompson said. Thompson said, “Man, I was worried at first. We can all be friends again. He’s like “Klay”, I used to see these things all the time back in our day. It’s not uncommon for teammates to get into fights. It’s a brotherhood. Just forget it. ‘”
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