Thompson poured in 18 points (8-15 FG, 1-6 3Pt, 1-1 FT) and four rebounds over 34 minutes in Saturday's 116-108 victory over the Thunder. With backcourt mate Steph Curry putting up 26 shot attempts, Thompson was uninvolved for extended stretches in the second half, but still put together a solid performance. After a four-game stretch where he'd successfully drained 54 percent of his 41 attempts from behind the arc, Thompson did struggle in that category Saturday, failing to hit multiple treys for the first time in five contests. Although he plays a clear second fiddle to Curry the majority of nights, the 25-year-old serves as a highly viable source of points and three-pointers that also provides the upside of a 30-point-plus explosion in any given contest.
Thompson recorded 24 points (8-19 FG, 6-13 3Pt, 2-2 FT), four rebounds, and one steal in 33 minutes during the Warriors' 134-121 win over the Wizards on Wednesday. Thompson's six threes will understandably go mostly unnoticed on a night when his Splash Brother sank 11 threes. Nevertheless, Thompson has been torching the competition in the last four games, raining in 22-of-41 from beyond the arc while scoring 45, 32, 34, and 24 points respectively.
Thompson contributed 34 points (14-18 FG, 5-6 3Pt, 1-1 FT), two assists, one rebound, and one steal in 32 minutes during the Warriors' 116-95 win against the Knicks on Sunday. Thompson was simply on fire Sunday, helping lead the Warriors to a blowout win on the second night of a back-to-back. Thompson is averaging more turnovers (2.8) than assists (2.5) over the last five games, but he has scored 28 points per contest on 58 percent from the field, 49 percent from beyond the arc, and 100 percent from the charity stripe over that same stretch while sinking 20 threes.
Thompson scored 32 points (14-26 FG, 4-10 3Pt) to go along with three assists and two rebounds in a win Saturday against the Sixers. Thompson keyed in on his favorable matchup against the Sixers in a big way on Saturday. When Stephen Curry couldn't get his shot going at the beginning of the game, it was mainly Thompson who got the Warriors out to a huge lead. Going forward, Thompson will still play second fiddle to Curry, but in this Warriors' offense, that is a great position to be in. Thompson now has a combined 77 points in the last two games, while going 11-for-22 from beyond the arc.
Thompson scored 45 points (14-20 FG, 7-12 3Pt, 10-10 FT) to go with five rebounds, two blocks, and one assist in 32 minutes during the Warriors' 127-107 win against the Mavericks on Wednesday. Thompson had his best game of the season on Wednesday, pouring in 45 points on only 20 field goal attempts. He sometimes takes a back seat to reigning MVP Stephen Curry and soon-to-be All-Star forward Draymond Green, but Thompson is still one of the Warriors' Three Musketeers when it comes to statistical production. He has scored in double digits in 42 of his 44 appearance this season, and he has failed to make a trey in only three of those 44 games.
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