VIDEO: Klay Thompson Breaks Pac-10 Tournament Scoring Record With 43 Points

For those of you who haven't seen much of Klay Thompson's game in person or on video, you're in for a real treat. Back in March during the 2011 Pac-10 basketball tournament at the Staples Center Klay went off for Washington State against their rival Washington Huskies for 43 points in regulation, setting a new single game scoring record for the tournament.  Here's the video of it, and gives you a good feel about what he brings to the table with the Golden State Warriors

If you watch him for a couple of series, you can see how he can score in a variety of ways. He's got a great stroke, can get to the rim if need be, and just had that sort of killer instinct this game that hopefully will translate into his game in the NBA. Take a look for yourself, very impressive performance. 

Klay Thompson of Washington State U - Record 43 Points - Pac10 Tournament 2011 (via argus1948)

We'll be here covering the Warriors work in the 2011 NBA Draft. For more detailed discussion, head over to Golden State of Mind for your Warriors discussion.    

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