Warriors guard Klay Thompson must've seen a ghost on Tuesday night.
The shot was just about the only thing that went wrong for Thompson and the Warriors in their 122-95 blowout of New York.
Thompson scored 43 points on 18-of-29 shooting, going 7-of-16 from distance, and only taking FOUR DRIBBLES the entire game.
The 40-plus point performance continues a bit of a hot streak for the four-time All-Star, who's been shooting about 47 percent from deep over his last three games after going through a bit of a rough patch to start the season.
The Warriors are looking to heat up as they head toward the All-Star break with center DeMarcus Cousins eyeing a Jan. 18 return after suffering an Achilles injury last year with the Pelicans.
Sources: All-Star DeMarcus Cousins' expected season debut for the Golden State Warriors: Jan. 18 against the Clippers in Los Angeles.— Shams Charania (@ShamsCharania) January 9, 2019
Adding a healthy Boogie to what is already the greatest group of offensive talent we have ever seen on one floor is a scary sight for the rest of the NBA.
Thompson will try to keep this hot surge going Friday night against the Chicago Bulls.