In the opening round of last Saturday night's 3-point shootout, Stephen Curry registered 23 points.
Klay Thompson bested Curry with a 24-point round.
The "Splash Brothers" were joined by Kyrie Irving (23 points) in the finals.
The Cavaliers' point guard went first, and put forth just 17 points.
Curry followed with an amazing round of 27, making an unreal 13 shots in a row.
Thompson was no match, clocking in with a final round of just 14 points.
"Didn't have the same rhythm," Thompson explained. "That's all right though ... wish I duplicated that same round ... I'll be back and hopefully it's against Steph. He got me this year but I'm looking forward to getting him."
Thompson went on to say he was "a little jealous, envious of Steph right now."
He clearly wanted to win badly, and Draymond Green confirmed that.
"I was surprised at Klay's championship round," Green told KNBR 680-AM recently. "I've never seen Klay miss that many shots. The first time jitters probably kicked in, and the one thing I know about Klay -- Klay wanted to beat Steph so bad in that second round that it probably affected him, because I know for a fact that he really, really, really wanted that win."
Following his victory, Curry acknowledged that even after torching the nets in the final round, he wasn't completely confident he would win.
"Klay Thompson is right behind me – no way," Curry said. "I knew I had done pretty well, obviously, finishing strong with that second round.
"But Klay, I looked in his eyes. He's capable of (scoring) 37 in a quarter, so he can probably knock down a couple threes and hit a high number."
Fortunately for Curry, he won the title after Thompson went ice cold.