Klay Thompson reminded everyone to never take him for granted, both during and after the Warriors' 113-105 win over the Clippers. 

Thompson was interviewed by ESPN's Lisa Salters after the game, and he pulled a classic Klay move.

"What does is it say about a team that on a day that Steph [Curry] doesn't put up big numbers, you guys still handle your business?" Salters asked. 

"Oh, it's strength in numbers, you know. It's right here. Strength in numbers," Thompson responded as he tried to show his "Warriors Strength In Numbers" towel. 

There was only one problem, though. The towel was upside down.

"My bad," he said as he realized his gaffe. 

Yeah, Klay went full Klay after the game.

During the game, though, the Warriors shooting guard played about as well as the reigning champs could have hoped, finishing with 32 points while nailing six 3-pointers. Golden State now leads the NBA playoff first-round series three games to one, and can close out LA with a win Wednesday night in Oakland.