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Golden State Warriors sharpshooter Clay Thompson ripped Memphis Grizzlies forward Jaren Jackson Jr. on Thursday night while talking about the team’s latest NBA Championship.

Thompson won his fourth NBA title, topping the Boston Celtics 103-90 in Game 6 of the Golden State NBA Finals. Thompson, during his cold shooting night, still gave up 12 points in 41 minutes and was the main reason for the Warriors’ victory when he returned.

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  Stephen Curry # 30 and Clay Thompson # 11 of the Golden State Warriors celebrate after beating the Boston Celtics 103-90 in six games in the 2022 NBA Finals on June 16, 2022 at the TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts.

Stephen Curry # 30 and Clay Thompson # 11 of the Golden State Warriors celebrate after beating the Boston Celtics 103-90 in six games in the 2022 NBA Finals on June 16, 2022 at the TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts.
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Speaking to the media after the victory, he recalled a tweet that Jackson deleted after defeating the Grizzlys Warriors again in March. The tweet read ‘Strength in Numbers’.

Golden State beat Memphis in their playoff match and Thompson certainly did not forget the tweet.

NBA Finals 2022: Warriors top Celtics in Game 6 to win the championship

Clay Thompson of the Golden State Warriors faces the # 11 Boston Celtics in the third quarter of Game 2022 of the 2022 NBA Finals on June 16, 2022 at the TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts.

Clay Thompson of the Golden State Warriors faces the # 11 Boston Celtics in the third quarter of Game 2022 of the 2022 NBA Finals on June 16, 2022 at the TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts.
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“The strength in numbers is alive and well,” Thompson said. “There’s a player in the Grizzlies who tweeted ‘strength in numbers’ after he beat us in the regular season and it hurt me a lot. I can not wait to retweet that thing. Freakin bum. I had to watch it, I was like ‘this weird clown’.

“Are you going to make fun of us? Like, you’ve never been there before, bro. We’ve been there. We know what we need. So, to be here again, hold on to it.… Twitter fingers, can you believe it?”

The journey back to Thompson Farm was particularly phenomenal.

He tore his ACL in the 2019 NBA Finals against the Toronto Raptors, and then suffered an Achilles injury as he prepared to play again in the 2020-21 season.

Golden State Warriors' Draymond Green # 23, Clay Thompson # 11 and Stephen Curry # 30 celebrated with a smile on stage with the Bill Russell Finals MVP Trophy after winning six games in the 2022 NBA Finals against the Boston Celtics on June 16, 2022.  TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts.

Golden State Warriors’ Draymond Green # 23, Clay Thompson # 11 and Stephen Curry # 30 celebrated with a smile on stage with the Bill Russell Finals MVP Trophy after winning six games in the 2022 NBA Finals against the Boston Celtics on June 16, 2022. TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts.
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He returned to the Warriors in January and was a big reason to join the Golden State postseason and win the NBA title.