A year after losing to Stephen Curry in the 3-point contest, Klay Thompson got his revenge at this year's NBA All-Star weekend.
Now that the Splash Brothers hold the last two trophies from the event, who would win more times if they faced off in 50 3-point shootouts?
That was the question posed to Thompson by the Seattle Times.
"Hmm," Thompson pondered.
"I'm saying I'd be 23-27," the Warriors shooting guard admitted.
So while Thompson got the better of Curry on Feb. 13, the two-time All-Star thinks the reigning MVP would beat him in 27 of 50 3-point contests.
After beating Curry on All-Star Saturday, Thompson also admitted that he wasn't the best shooter on the Warriors.
"We love to shoot against each other," Thompson said after the contest. "You know, I've never been on a team with someone who shoots it better than me, so it's a privilege to work with him every day. He makes me that much better."
Who would head coach Steve Kerr root for in the 50 contests? We don't know, but we do know who we was rooting for in this year's 3-point contest and who he's rooting for in next year's contest, assuming both decide to participate.
"Last year, they were one and two, Steph won it. This year, to be perfectly honest, don't tell Steph, but I was hoping for the exact opposite," Kerr revealed to KNBR 680 on Wednesday, Feb 17. "Klay one, Steph two and that's exactly how it worked out.
"I want them to trade off one year to the next," Kerr explained. "One wins one year, and then the other the next year."