GLENDALE, Ariz. — White Sox prospect Trayce Thompson was an eyewitness to history last month, watching his older brother Klay put his name in the NBA record books.
In the third quarter of a win over the Kings, Klay, a shooting guard for the Warriors, scored an NBA-record 37 points on 13-for-13 shooting, including nine 3-point attempts, during a 52-point performance. In a display of marksmanship beyond belief, he outscored the Kings by 15 in the quarter, singlehandedly taking over the game.
Watching from the stands at Oracle Arena in Oakland, Calif., Trayce was as awestruck as everyone else in the building.
"That was pretty cool, seeing something like that...