There aren't many opponents who are able to cross over Klay Thompson on the court, let alone off the court.
During the Warriors' championship parade down Market Street in San Francisco on June 20, Thompson got out of his bus to run around and hilariously stumbled over the tracks in the street which led to him knocking over a bystander. Fortunately, everybody was alright and it led to one of the best moments of the afternoon.
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Thompson joined teammate Andre Iguodala and co-host Evan Turner on the latest episode of the "Point Forward" podcast, where he was asked about the viral moment.
"15 minutes prior, bro," Thompson said when asked how close to the end of the parade he was. "These city grades in the middle of the street and I try and do a little hop, skip and a jump and my vert ain't as high as it used to be a few years ago so I went stumbling man. I'm just grateful she was there like she really threw me the best assist I've had in weeks. I was going down.
"It was crazy, I was like I've gotta get off the bus and enjoy this."
Golden State Warriors
After a tough NBA Finals series against the elite defenders of the Boston Celtics, the final defensive boss turned out to be some lady on Market Street.
The Warriors better hope one of their rivals doesn't swoop her up for the veteran minimum.