On November 25, the Golden State warriors played a tough game, which was the second of a three-game homestand. The Dubs faced adversity early in the contest before putting out the New Orleans Pelicans, 110-95. One of the leading scorers for the Warriors in that outing was Klay Thompson. The other half of the Splash Brothers poured in 24 points, while also tallying four rebounds, two assists, two steals, and two blocks.

The action did not end on the court for Warriors shooter Klay Thompson. Uproxx reported that Thompson took his feud with a famous sports drink brand to the next level after they defeated New Orleans.

In every post-game press conference in the NBA, Gatorade is present. The league is endorsing the beverage company. However, there are a few NBA players who are endorsers of a different sports drink, and Klay Thompson is among them. The All-Star shooting guard has a deal with BODYARMOR. After the Warriors beat the Pelicans, he boldly proved his loyalty to the brand.

There were numerous times in the past when Thompson hid the Gatorade displayed during press conferences. He would usually place the bottle where it will not be visible. But last Saturday, before he spoke to the media, the Warriors superstar just took the Gatorade down causing it to fall. It was another light and funny moment from Thompson, who had several in the past few months.

Stepping up

Setting aside the humor, Klay Thompson has been one of the guys stepping up on the offensive end for the Golden State Warriors in their previous two games. The Warriors missed former MVP Kevin Durant in both outings due to an aggravated ankle sprain.

In Durant's absence, Thompson is putting in the work for the Warriors.

In a 143-94 victory over the Chicago Bulls on November 24, he contributed 29 points. As mentioned, versus the Pelicans, the 27-year-old recorded 24 points to help his Splash Brother, Stephen Curry, who top-scored with 27.

Finish strong

Klay Thompson and the Golden State Warriors are aiming for their third consecutive win when they close the homestand on November 27.

Thompson and the Warriors are set to go up against their fellow Pacific Division squad, the Sacramento Kings. As of the moment, the Dubs are sitting on the second spot in the Western Conference with a 15-5 record. They are just half a game away from the Houston Rockets who are the current leaders in the West. Harden and the Rockets are at 15-4.