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Klay Thompson Has Reportedly Unfollowed Warriors On Social Media

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Are we about to see a breakup between Klay Thompson and the Golden State Warriors?

There has been a ton of speculation and rumors about these two parties for months now but Thompson’s latest social media activity has created a new series of questions.

According to 95.7 The Game, via NBACentral, Thompson has unfollowed his team on Instagram and deleted all Warriors-related content from his page.

While there could be a simple, innocent explanation for this, it has many people wondering if Thompson is on the verge of leaving the only team he’s ever played for.

Klay Thompson has unfollowed the Warriors on Instagram and deleted all Warriors-related content from his page 😳

(Via @957thegame) pic.twitter.com/uwDM17xyIS

— NBACentral (@TheDunkCentral) June 14, 2024

Thompson was drafted by the Warriors back in 2011 and has found great success with the team since then.

He won four championships and five All-Star selections and was a crucial part of the team’s culture and identity.

But things took a tough turn over the last year.

Thompson and the Warriors weren’t able to come together and create a new extension for the 34-year-old guard.

Additionally, he had perhaps his worst season ever, averaging just 17.9 points, 3.3 rebounds, and 2.3 assists per game in 2023–24.

Many insiders believe the Warriors will change their roster, perhaps in some big ways, this summer.

Even though he had a rough season, Thompson could still be a big asset on the trade market and could earn the Warriors a big return.

Does he know something fans don’t and is ready to make the move?

This activity on social media may be preparing Warriors followers for something they thought they’d never see: the departure of Thompson.

If he does move on from the Warriors, Thompson will leave behind a major legacy that will forever be historic and important to Golden State.

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