The Resurgence of Klay Thompson and Other NBA Superstars into the Next Season

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Shooting Guard Klay Thompson helped the Dubs in their phenomenal journey to a Championship title. Evidently, the resurgence of Klay Thompson and other NBA Superstars into the next season will bring more excitement and fun to NBA fans.

The Resurgence of Klay Thompson and Other NBA Superstars into the Next Season

There is no doubt that the splash brothers propelled the Golden State Warriors in their quest for another ring in the NBA 2022 season. Stephen Curry received another accolade as MVP in the finals of the year. On the other hand, his splash brother’s resurgence was not easy. Thompson was out for a good two seasons recuperating from his torn right Achilles and underwent successful surgery in Los Angeles.

The torn ACL did not deter Thompson’s passion for the sport. Instead, he worked hard to return. And came back he did. The splash brother appeared in every game in the 2022 NBA Playoffs. He averaged 19.5 points while shooting 38.8 percent from 3-point range to help lead Golden State back to the Western Conference Finals.

Zion Williamson, PF:  New Orleans Pelicans

Zion Williamson underwent foot surgery in 2021 that sidelined him out of the entire season due to some setbacks on his road to recovery. The burly power forward appeared in 61 of a possible 72 games in his sophomore season and earned the first All-Star selection of his career averaging 27.0 points, 7.2 rebounds, and 3.7 assists per game. He fractured his left ring finger which led to missing the last seven games of the season.

The New Orleans Pelicans cleared Williamson without any restrictions. His teammates’ elation referred to Williamson as the comeback of the MonStars. The 22-year-old is “locked in” and the Pelicans expressed satisfaction with the five-year deal worth up to $231 million. Given his return, he’ll have the support of Brandon Ingram, CJ McCollum, and Jonas Valanciunas.

Kawhi Leonard, SF: Los Angeles Clippers

Kawhi Leonard had been out of action since he tore his ACL in Game 6 of the Western Conference Finals in 2021. Despite the setback, Leonard went on to sign a huge 4-year $176 million extension with Steve Ballmer and company last offseason. Additionally, he wants more through his finance strategist, Uncle Dennis.

While the Golden State Warriors and the Boston Celtics are battling in the Finals, The Los Angeles Clippers are already preparing for the next season. It’s been 12 months since his unfortunate ACL injury and three more until the first day of NBA hostilities. Leonard continues to fine-tune his body and continues his gym workouts. Their goal is to meet their opponents deep into the next season’s playoffs and prove that they are championship material.

Jamal Murray, PG: Denver Nuggets

Jamal Murray had been away after suffering a non-contact injury on a fast break last April 12, 2021. As a result, he ended his season with a torn left ACL. It was a setback for the Denver Nuggets while they were on roll for a championship title after winning 17 of their last 20 matches. Murray has an average of  21.2 points, 4.8 assists, 4.0 rebounds, and 1.3 steals per game.

Ben Simmons, PG: Brooklyn Nets

After a successful herniated disc surgery, Ben Simmons is ready to play in the NBA 2022-2023 preseason. The runner-up of the defensive player award did see action in the 2021-2022 campaign. He joined Brooklyn after a multi-trade deal with the Philadelphia 76ers last February.

The Brooklyn Nets had a frustrating 2021-22 campaign. It was unfortunate that the Boston Celtics swept them off in the first round of the playoffs.

Simmons will be playing alongside Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving, and Seth Curry. Obviously, the Nets will be strong to contend with if players stay fit and healthy.

Stars Look for Klay Thompson-like NBA Resurgence

Klay Thompson proved his resurgence by helping win the 2022 NBA Championship. The Warriors are making preparations for what they’ll be facing with the comeback of other NBA superstars into the next season. Evidently, they are fortifying the team’s defensive and offensive lines. Jordan Poole, Curry, and Draymond Green will be there to see it through with Thompson. The Warriors have promising reinforcements in Donte Divincenzo, Patrick Baldwin, Jr., Jonathan Kuminga, James Wiseman, and Moses Moody to back up the team.