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Klay Thompson

Klay Thompson

Height: 6' 6"Weight: 215 lbsAge: 29College: Washington StateDrafted: #11 (1st Rd.)

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Klay Thompson ‘unlikely’ to play this season, according to Kerr

Klay Thompson is unlikely to play this season while he recovers from his torn ACL suffered in the 2019 NBA Finals, according to an interview with Steve Kerr.

Fantasy Impact

Thompson was expected to take the court post-All Star Break, but it looks like the Warriors will take the cautious approach and hold him out all year. With the core of Steph Curry, D’Angelo Russell, Draymond Green, and Thompson intact for several more years at least, it makes sense for Thompson to take the year off and not risk re-injury. He’s a clear dynasty stash but can be safely dropped in redraft formats.

Zachary Hanshew8 weeks ago
Klay Thompson to return after 2020 All-Star break

Klay Thompson has been reported to be targeting a return from his ACL injury sometime after the 2020 All-Star break, Arash Markazi of the LA Times reports.

Fantasy Impact

The five-time All-Star has been recovering this offseason after sustaining a torn ACL injury during game six of the NBA Finals. Thompson finished the 2019 season averaging 21.5 points per game with a field goal percentage of 46.7 and three-point percentage of 40.2, the second-lowest mark of his career. Despite this slight decline in his three-point shot, Klay figures to be a key contributor to an offensively depleted Golden State squad when activated. The arrival of guard D'Angelo Russell should also provide more scoring opportunities for Klay, but owners should remain cautious as an ACL injury is no easy feat to overcome.

Klay Thompson undergoes knee surgery

Klay Thompson (knee) underwent surgery Tuesday to repair his torn ACL, and has been given a timetable of five-to-seven months.

Fantasy Impact

Thompson recently signed a five year, $190 million contract to stay with the Warriors. There is hope that he would return sometime in February. Thompson averaged 21.5 points, 3.8 rebounds, 2.4 assists, and 3.1 triples made in 78 games for the Warriors last season.

Brad Camara23 weeks ago
Klay Thompson reportedly to re-sign with the Warriors (Update)

Klay Thompson will reportedly be signing the five-year, $190M contract offered by the Golden State Warriors. The deal can become official tomorrow at 6 P.M. ET.

Fantasy Impact

Despite suffering a torn left ACL during Game 6 of the NBA Finals, Warriors' GM Bob Myers still made Thompson the number one priority heading into this offseason. This will keep the Splash Brothers intact for the foreseeable future, but Thompson will be unable to see the floor until late next season as he recovers from his injury. The Warriors will now turn their attention to free-agent Kevin Durant.

Kaiyo Funaki24 weeks ago
Klay Thompson could be offered a max contract

Klay Thompson could be offered a five-year, 190 million maximum contract from the Warriors.

Fantasy Impact

The Warriors are looking to sign Thompson to a max deal deal, despite his ACL tear. He is expected to return to the floor around February or March 2020. Thompson is coming off five straight seasons of averaging at least 20 points per game. A key integral part of the offense, look for Thompson to remain with the Warriors for the foreseeable future.

Brad Camara24 weeks ago
Klay Thompson


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