While most of the attention goes to his Splash Brother MVP, Stephen Curry, it was Klay Thompson who lowkey led the Warriors to a historic comeback in the Western Conference Finals against the Oklahoma City Thunder. Thompson and the Warriors came back from being down 3 games to 1, taking Game 7 on Monday night and advancing to an NBA Finals rematch with the Cavaliers.

For the series, Thompson averaged 28.8 points and 4.8 rebounds per game, including an NBA Playoff-record 11 three-pointers (41 points) in a Game 6 road win—he shot 47 percent from beyond the arc over seven games.

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