Golden State’s Klay Thompson had 60 points, an NBA season high and the most by a Warriors player in 42 years, as the hosts whipped Indiana 142-106 on Monday.
Thompson scored 40 by half-time and had a career-best 60 points through three quarters before calling it a night, sitting down with 1 minute and 22 seconds left in the period.
Golden State is a game ahead of San Antonio for the Western Conference’s best record, after the Spurs came from behind to beat Milwaukee, aided by a late goaltending call.
Golden State Warriors’ Klay Thompson, right, shoots against Indiana on Monday evening
Thompson shot 60 points, an NBA season high and the most by a Warriors star in 42 years
Steve Kerr of the Golden State Warriors talks with Stephen Curry joke during their Indiana win
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