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Klay Thompson goofs around in press conference with paper airplane

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Klay Thompson has always been a laid back character. The Golden State Warriors guard takes everything in his stride and never appears rattled no matter what the situation. 

The picture of Thompson sat on the Warriors bench smiling after being ejected from game six of the 2015 NBA finals, having scored 5 points and shot just 2-7 from the field, has gone down in internet folklore. 

There have been many other hilarious moments during the career of the Los Angeles native - none more so than when his dog did his business on the L.A. Dodgers' field. 

And during a recent press conference, following the Warriors' win over the Atlanta Hawks that stretched their unbeaten run to 12 games, it seemed like Thompson did not have a career in the world. 

His early problems have eased up - although his three-point shooting percentage may still be below what he expects at a career-low 36.5% - and he is playing a big part in the team's winning streak. 

Having just dropped 20 points and seen the team continue the third best winning streak in franchise history, there isn't much for Klay to worry about at this point in the season.

So he took it upon himself to have some fun in the press conference and prove that he could make the best paper airplanes on the west coast. Never change Klay.

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