— NBA (@NBA) June 8, 2015
Klay Thompson was saving the Warriors’ bacon in the first half — he had 20 points on 9-of-13 shooting, while the rest of the Warriors were 8-of-25 for 25 points. If not for Thompson, the LeBron James and the Cavaliers would have been up by far more than 2 (47-45).
But Thompson was doing more than just shooting, he also had this sweet alley-oop in transition to Andre Iguodala.
It’s the kind of play the Cavs have masterfully limited so far in the Finals.