The Golden State Warriors are struggling after losing a 24-point lead against the Sacramento Kings in their NBA In-Season Tournament’s group stage exit. However, they are surprisingly calm about falling below .500 since their strong start. Despite the shooting struggles, Klay Thompson remains at ease and defiant in the face of criticism, dismissing concerns about his performance and potential decline. While the media and peers have derided Thompson’s play, history shows that he has overcome similar challenges in the past. Although there are concerns about his expiring contract, the Warriors’ biggest worry should be Andrew Wiggins, who has yet to show signs of improvement. Despite the challenges, the Warriors are unlikely to trade Thompson, and it may be premature to give up on him at this point.