Some things never change, especially if you’re one of the greatest shooters of all time.
For Klay Thompson — fresh off of two lower-leg injuries and two years of being away from playing any sort of meaningful basketball — it would’ve been understandable if he showed any sort of decline.
If Thompson wasn’t the perpetual off-ball mover and chaos generator he once was, it would’ve been understandable. Just by being parked on the weak side and nailing his man to that end of the floor would do wonders for everyone else. It would eliminate an extra defender from the primary action and would prevent additional help defense.