Editor's note: The above video is from April 24th's edition of Yahoo SportsTalk Live
Klay Thompson averaged 18.4 points per game last season, the sixth most among NBA shooting guards.
His 223 3-pointers trailed only Stephen Curry.
For the Warriors' Top 10 defense, on many nights he was responsible for defending the opposition's top backcourt scoring threat.
Is he the top all-around shooting guard in the NBA?
His agent thinks so.
"I don't want Kobe Bryant to go crazy, but there's some uncertainty as to who he is right now (because of injuries that limited him to six games last season)," Bill Duffy told Sam Amick of USA TODAY Sports.
"But I think Klay Thompson right now is the top two-way, two-guard in basketball. I think when you look at his body of work, when you look at what he accomplished guarding point guards on a regular basis (last season), I think it's pretty clear."
The Warriors elected not to trade Thompson this offseason in their quest to acquire Kevin Love, much to the delight of the Washington State product.
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"I'm super excited to be back," Thompson told Amick. "I love the Bay Area. I love the Warriors, the fans. I just love our team."
Golden State has until Oct. 31 to agree on a contract extension or Thompson will become a restricted free agent on July 1, 2015.
"We are going to re-sign Klay Thompson," Warriors owner Joe Lacob told Greg Papa back on April 24th's edition of Yahoo SportsTalk Live. "I just will say that unequivocally.
We're going to try to do the best deal we can. That depends on market, a number of different things ... We really want to have Klay back. He's a tremendous two-way player ... What nobody knew, I mean nobody, was how good he could be defensively. That he could move laterally the way he does. That makes him a pretty special guy, a two-way player."