Klay Thompson Sounds the Alarm for Upcoming Road Trip as Warriors Look to Extend Win Streak
The Golden State Warriors beat the Phoenix Suns 123-112 in their Monday night game, marking their ninth straight win at Chase Center and improving their home record to 29-7.
Despite their strong home record, the Warriors have struggled on the road this season, with a 7-26 record, which is the worst in the league among teams competing for the postseason.
Klay Thompson, who scored a game-high 38 points against the Suns, expressed optimism about the Warriors' upcoming five-game road trip, saying that they will come out of it with a lot of momentum and an ability to win games.
Thompson's performance against the Suns was remarkable, with 33 points and all eight of his three-pointers coming in the first half alone. He played a supporting role offensively in the second half, taking just five shots and making the right play.
The win against the Suns was an important one for the Warriors, who are currently mired in the Western Conference playoff muck despite their strong home record.
The Warriors will need to improve their road record if they want to make a deep playoff run this season.
Thompson's performance against the Suns is a reminder of his importance to the Warriors' success, and his return from injury has been a major boost for the team.
The Warriors will need strong performances from all of their key players, including Thompson, Curry, and Draymond Green, if they want to compete for a championship this season.
The NBA playoffs are just around the corner, and the Warriors will need to step up their game if they want to have a chance at winning another championship.