After a two-and-a-half-year hiatus, a Clay Thompson is back on the floor.
Clay Thompson, one of the best of shooters in the world, is back on the NBA floor after 31-months hiatus.
After missing two seasons in a row because of a torn knee ligament and then an Achilles tendon, Thompson played against Cleveland Cavaliers on the night between Saturday and Sunday.
Exactly 941 days since the last match, a before a long break due to injury
The Warriors star sustained his first injury in the 2019 finals series. 2014 with the Toronto Raptors, and then in one practice the second most serious injury in the sport – Achilles tendon.
The three-time champion with the Waratahs returned against the Cavaliers, and Draymond Green honored him by jumping for the ball and leaving immediately because he was plagued by injury.
The audience in the hall welcomed him brilliantly.
Already in the first act, he made the scorers’ list.