Golden State guard Klay Thompson is the 18th-most three-pointer in NBA history.
After the regular season match, Thompson scored 1,832 shots from behind the arc. He was ahead of Chauncey Billups (20th, 1830) and Paul George (19th, 1831).
Thompson’s teammate Stephen Curry (3,065) is the all-time leading 3-pointer in NBA history.
On January 10, Thompson took part in the regular season game against Cleveland (96:82). This game was the first for the 32-year-old American since July 2019. He missed the 2019/20 season due to a cruciate ligament injury in his left knee, after which the basketball player tore the Achilles tendon on his right leg while preparing for the 2020/21 season.