Golden State Warriors man Klay Thompson said he was permanently banned from the Chase Center for security fraud and shooting baskets in court ahead of the NBA Finals’ 5th game.
“Why should I be banned because their safety is not appropriate?” asked Fake Klay Thompson, as well-known impostor, Dawson Gurley, a YouTube actor.
(Real Klay Thompson later scored 21 points and the Warriors beat the Boston Celtics, 104-94, take 3 of 2 games to lead.)
Gurley also shared a letter he allegedly exiled at the Warriors’ stadium in San Francisco.
SFGate.com did not respond immediately to Chase Center officials to confirm the letter and HuffPost has reached us again.
At the time, Fake Klay Thompson, who was allegedly photographed here in court a few hours before the reporthe can enjoy another 15 minutes, or 10, of fame.
“Was it worth it to lose 10K on tickets and be banned for life? Definitely. I was an NBA player for 10 minutes bro, ”he said on Twitter.
He is well known to Warriors fans but is a little out of place, reports SFGate.
Warriors coach Steve Kerr laughed at the fake Klay Thompson in 2017. “I thought it was a perfect metaphor for our level of suspension,” Kerr said when the fake appeared in the game. “I turned around and said, ‘Klay, did you have a few extra burgers?’ That was great. I like that boy. ”
Here is Fake Klay Thompson deceiving fans during the 2018 NBA play.
Here is the real Klay Thompson on Monday: