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Klay Thompson may have just played his final game in a Golden State Warriors uniform, and it wasn’t a good one. The lesser half of the Splash Brothers duo is in the final year of his contract, and after his Warriors got eliminated in the NBA Play-In Tournament, losing 118-94 to the Sacramento Kings, let’s just say Thompson is taking a lot of criticism.

Of course, going 0-for-10 from the field and missing all six of his 3-point attempts didn’t help. In the biggest game of the Warriors’ season, Thompson finished with zero points.

Anyone who saw the game could easily see that Thompson was struggling, but apparently, the X/Twitter bot known as ‘Grok’ doesn’t have eyes or a brain. Shortly after the game ended, Thompson started trending, with several different users making references to the many bricks he laid throughout the night. This evidently left Twitter very confused. Here’s an actual report that is on the social media page right now, distributed by ‘Grok.’

“In a bizarre turn of events, NBA star Klay Thompson has been accused of vandalizing multiple houses with bricks in Sacramento. Authorities are investigating the claims after several individuals reported their houses being damaged, with windows shattered by bricks. Klay Thompson has not yet issued a statement regarding the accusations. The incidents have left the community shaken, but no injuries were reported. The motive behind the alleged vandalism remains unclear.”

Twitter Bot’s ‘Grok’ – Confused by Klay Thompson’s 0-10 performance

I don’t care who you are; that’s hilarious. It’s like adding insult to injury. Thompson already knows he was bad, but to go viral because his misfortunes even confused Twitter? That’s reaching new levels of incompetence, and we’re here for it.

Thankfully, as Twitter so gracefully noted, “no injuries were reported”; however, that doesn’t mean the community isn’t still shaking, in laughter. Someone might want to put out an APB on Thompson before he lays any more bricks, terrorizing the Sacramento area.

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