Klay Thompson wins the right to act like an over-served fiancée at a bachelorette party, with friends helping him keep all his valuables on and clean up so he can show off. a dance move that looks a lot better when he tries it at home. . When you spend two years fixing torn tendons and watching your team waste several seasons through injury, you can celebrate in the most obnoxious fashion possible.
No, I’m not referring to the captain’s hat he wore then lost his commemorative hat while sailing to the parade – even though that yacht club number fits the literal description of “obnoxious fashion.” I’m talking about you tripping and accidentally knocking over a little woman.
Note to Matt Stafford: You must help the fallen near you during the championship parade.
The sloppiness doesn’t stop there. Here’s Klay dropping one of his four rings while Dubs fans cheer.
What is the chance he catches COVID from the parade? Like 99.99999 percent? Smoothing his ring after picking it up off the ground is a chef’s kiss to improper hygiene despite the pandemic. (Ed. Note – the five-second rule also applies to rings!)
It’s not clear in what order the ring was lost, the hat was lost, and the tripping took place, but I’m sure Michael Jackson’s crotch grabs came later in the woes and after a few drink glasses.
Paper coffee cups are placed just behind the red Solo cups in the drink cabinet to hide alcohol in public, and you can tell by the way he carefully puts it down that he has something. It’s not the cold brew in my glass.
The Warriors have joined an attack, and they are soaking the Gulf in wine in the process. Steph Curry and wife Ayesha danced like non-existent camera phones, even Ayesha showing how she yearns for the Grand Finals MVP trophy.
But don’t forget to show the consequences of drinking too much champagne.
Airplane sunglasses are the ultimate source of energy for a hangover, and someone needs to get Andrew Wiggins some frames because he looks three seconds away from fainting.
Tour of Splash Bros. in the same Game 6 post-game celebration as it was a few months ago. I wonder if Thompson still remembers calling Jaren Jackson Jr a no-brainer or he had so many accusations that he wasn’t sure what was a dream and what was real.
Whenever the Warriors come/sober, they won’t apologize, nor should they. It’s a championship parade. Reckless action was a prerequisite, and they had a few big cities to make sure they got home okay.