It looks like Klay Thompson will be staying with the Golden State Warriors. Thompson and the Warriors attend to agree on a five-year $190 million contract when free agency begins. This will be pretty much a no brainer, especially with talks of Durant leaving.
Sources: Klay Thompson and the Golden State Warriors plan to reach agreement on a five-year, $190M maximum contract, with the Warriors sending a front-office contingent to Los Angeles to visit Thompson within the next day.
— Shams Charania (@ShamsCharania) June 29, 2019
Thompson tore his ACL in game six of the NBA Finals. He will be rehabbing his injury well into next season. Thompson is expected to be out 9-10 months. If the Warriors can stay afloat during next season, Thompson could be back for the playoff push. All of that depends on how well he heals from surgery.
Klay Thompson fished last season averaging 21.5 points per game. The Golden State Warriors star is two-way player, he can score the basketball and can active defensive player as well. Hopefully, he can regain his form when healthy.