Klay Thompson is better at catch-and-shoot 3s than anyone in NBA history | Signature Shots

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Klay Thompson is one of the best 3-point shooters ever, but he’s usually overshadowed by the best in that category – his Golden State Warriors teammate Steph Curry. One place even Curry can’t match Thompson, though, is on catch-and-shoot 3s.

In this episode of Signature Shots, ESPN analyst Kirk Goldsberry looks at the elite skills – moving without the ball, footwork and shooting mechanics – that make Thompson the most prolific and efficient off-ball shooter in the NBA.

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