Klay Thompson is often seen as the less touted shooter in the Warriors' backcourt with Stephen Curry.
But on Saturday, Thompson took down Curry in the 3-Point Contest one day after being starstruck during his second All-Star Weekend.
And who made Thompson stop in his tracks? None other than Michael Jordan.
"He said, 'Go ahead and go break the [Bulls'] record,'" Thompson said after taking home the 3-Point Contest title.
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Through 52 games, the Warriors own a 48-4 record, the best in NBA history. Currently, they're on pace to break the Bulls' 72-10 record from the 1995-96 season.
"I still get starstruck when I see him," Thompson continued. "I'm like, wow that's the guy that everyone wanted to be growing up."
Thompson is averaging 21.3 points per game while nailing 42 percent of his 3-pointers this season. He is playing in his second straight All-Star Game.
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In their first meeting, Thompson found Jordan to be easy to talk to as the legend handed him praise.
"He was cool to talk to, he gave me a lot of props, told me to tell my pops hi and my uncle. It was just great seeing him. He's easy to talk to, which I didn't know because he's Michael Jordan.
"I felt like I honestly arrived too, because he knew who I was so that was really cool."
The Warriors have to finish the regular season 25-5 to beat the Bulls' 72-10 record.