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Steph, Draymond, Klay reflect on NBA record 37-point quarter

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What a night it was.

Saturday marks the sixth anniversary of Klay Thompson's NBA record 37 points in the third quarter of a win over the Sacramento Kings, and the Warriors' big three reflected on the legendary night in each of their Instagram stories.

"Sheesh ... that's a bad man @klaythompson. Six years ago today. What a game. We'll miss you tonight brother," Curry wrote over a picture of the two from the game. Thompson shared the message from Curry, with his own heartwarming note.

"Missin it every damn day. Gonna grind til that day comes back," Thompson added.

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Draymond Green shared a highlight of the barrage, writing "remember it like it was yesterday" with an appropriate four fire emojis underneath.

Thompson led the Warriors with 13 points going into halftime of the matchup with the Kings, but then exploded in the third frame, making all 13 of his shot attempts, including nine 3-pointers for a 37-point performance, pushing the Warriors' lead from five out to 24.

While we won't get to see Thompson take the floor Saturday night when the Warriors take on the Jazz in Utah, it's always fun to look back at one of the most enjoyable nights from the Warriors' first championship season with the trio of Klay, Steph and Draymond. 

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