Klay Thompson single-handedly kept the Golden State Warriors alive on Saturday night, pouring in 11 three-pointers to help his team tie the series against the Oklahoma City Thunder at three games apiece. Thompson, the lesser known 'Splash Brother', scored 41 points in the Warriors' 108-101 victory.
After the contest, Warriors majority owner Joe Lacob got on his knees and bowed down to Thompson as the former Washington State star left the court. It was a pretty cool moment - and it has over 3.5 million views on Vine.
Thompson and the Warriors will look to cap off the comeback Monday night.