4. Klay Thompson vs. Gerald Wallace

The Warriors were in Brooklyn to take on the Nets and found themselves down eight points early on in the game. Klay took it upon himself to get the Warriors back in the game. He forced a bad pass from Gerald Wallace, intercepted the pass and started the fast break. Wallace was right behind Thompson and was trying to prevent the easy basket. That would not deter Thompson from finishing with a powerful two handed dunk. Wallace made a play at the ball, but he was too late. Thompson was faster and stronger on that play and Wallace paid for it.

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