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Klay Thompson vastly improved after his rookie season.
All of his offensive numbers went up except for his shooting percentage, but that is expected with the increase in minutes and shot attempts.
He and Curry made 483 three-pointers, earning the nickname "Splash Brothers." Regardless of how you feel about that moniker, the fact is it came from being one of the best shooting backcourts of all time this season.
While he does tend to attempt bad shots, he still sank 211 three-pointers. As he progresses, shot selection is something that will improve.
As good as his offensive game was, his impact on defense was even better.
He became the Warriors' best perimeter defender. With Bogut out for most of the year, he was the best defender among the starting five.
Klay played to about a "B" grade all year. He leaves room for improvement by not fading in key stretches and making better shot selections.