Klay Thompson Once Put Stephen Curry’s Friendship On Test In Front of Millions of People.
Klay Thompson and Stephen Curry have been teammates since 2011. Their on-field chemistry is palpable as both compliment each other to make Golden State a great team. They along with Draymond Green form the big 3 for the Golden State Warriors. The Big 3 has notably three NBA championships.
Klay and Steph are good friends off the field too. This was seen when Klay came on Serge Ibaka’s Youtube show, ‘How Hungry are You?’. On the show, current Milwaukee Bucks player Ibaka challenged Klay to facetime Stephen to test their friendship.
Stephen, of course, couldn’t resist the call from the fellow teammate. After picking up the call, Klay told Curry that there was a lot on the line and that Ibaka was questioning their friendship. Ibaka replied that now he believes in their friendship.
Ayesha Curry, Stephen’s wife, came in between and asked about Ibaka’s hat and jacket. Stephen then asked Ibaka, “What are you cooking?“. Serge replied,” I don’t cook, I design food.” Curry found it hilarious and asked Ibaka what food did he make for Klay. Serge said,”I made fufu for him. More food is coming.”
The splash brothers: Klay Thompson Once Put Stephen Curry’s…
Curry had to leave the call because his kids were making enough noise for Klay and Ibaka to hear.
Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson are now laser-focused on one thing: to get the NBA title and restore what Golden State lost. In the last three years, they weren’t even close to achieving a Finals spot. Klay’s injury had prevented him from playing for the best part of the three years. Stephen too faced injuries.
But now, the Splash brothers would like to ensure that they win this time around. Golden State would love to show why they innovated the game during the 2010s and there is no better place than the Finals. They went through the Denver Nuggets, the Memphis Grizzlies, and the Dallas Mavericks to get to this spot.
The Splash brothers has been vital for them. Them being in form is important for the Warriors to gain any advantage over a great Celtics defense.