To say that the Golden State Warriors' Klay Thompson is having a career season is an understatement. The rangy shooter is currently averaging 22.3 points per game, made his first NBA All-Star appearance a few weeks ago, and also shot his way into NBA history by scoring 37 points in a quarter about a month ago. (Oh, he's also going out with this girl.)
And to show us just how great of a shooter he really is, ESPN Sport Science came up with an experiment that displays the GSW's lights-out shooting—literally!
They turned off the lights just before Thompson shot a three in order to determine if the darkness will affect his shot. They also used night-vision cameras to record the activity.
So did shooting in pitch black affected Klay's stroke? Not even close.
In fact, he made eight out of ten shoots in total darkness. Incredible!
Watch Klay's amazing sniping ways here:
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