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Klay Thompson registered 32 points, seven rebounds, three assists and three steals on Saturday night in Los Angeles.
Following the Warriors' 115-112 win over the Clippers, he had some strong words regarding Golden State's performance the night prior.
"Any time you give up 137 points, it's a bad feeling," Klay said. "Especially when we let the best player go for 50. We had to do something about it tonight and I was just proud of the way we responded from the jump.
"We were out to prove a point that last night was a fluke."
On Friday night in Portland, the Warriors lost to the Blazers 137-105 -- the worst loss by a defending champion since the Miami Heat lost by 42 points to the Chicago Bulls in '06.
Damian Lillard poured in a career-high 51 points, the most ever by a Trail Blazer against the Warriors.
When the Oakland native heard about Klay's comments, he expressed his feelings with two tweets:
"Yeah Ight," and "Doesn't matter what he's talkin bout ... Nobody is above gettin beat."
Golden State (49-5) beat Portland (29-27), 128-108, on Jan. 8.
The Warriors host the Blazers on March 11 and April 3.
Yea Ight https://t.co/hm4tL3c8yx— Damian Lillard (@Dame_Lillard) February 21, 2016
Doesn't matter what he's talkin bout... Nobody is above gettin beat. https://t.co/G7gi8j6qbW— Damian Lillard (@Dame_Lillard) February 21, 2016