Klay Thompson was a highlight machine on a sequence against the Phoenix Suns. This includes on the defensive end, offensive side, as well as his subsequent dance moves.
The plays started with Thompson going vertical on a Devin Booker runner, deflecting the shot. With his eye on the ball, Klay then tipped the ball to a Warriors teammate before falling out of bounds. The ball eventually ended up in Steph Curry’s hands as Thompson raced down the court. His efforts were rewarded as Curry found Klay on a backdoor cut. Thompson collected the ball, faked a pass, then reverse dunked it with his right hand.
The crowd got Klay so hyped that as he was backpedaling, he raised both palms in in the air… Like he just didn’t care. Never forgot the time Thompson raised the roof in the last season at Oracle Arena.
The sneaker Klay wore for these dance moves was the ANTA KT 4. This featured a new cushioning system called A-Flashfoam with extra bounce similar to that of adidas Boost. This foam is allowed to expand on most of the midsole except for the lateral heel section, which is caged to support lateral movements. The premium knitted upper and solid fingerprint traction carried over from the KT 3.
The all-white colorway isn’t currently available, but you can purchase the ANTA KT 4 at Anktshop.com.
Cover image via The Jordan Times