The Golden State Warriors are currently in the valley of trying to find their new identity.

Guard Klay Thompson proclaimed earlier this summer that he isn’t sacrificing anything due to Kevin Durant‘s presence on the team.

Six games into the season, Thompson isn’t sacrificing but he is in a slump, and shooting a meager 6-of-49 from three-point land.

The Splash Brother says this isn’t anything new, and quickly dismissed the notion that Durant is the reason for his struggles, per ESPN’s Ethan Sherwood Strauss.

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“Not at all. I struggled last year for the first 20 games, and Kevin wasn’t here. So it has nothing to do with Kevin.”

“So last year I struggled, then I went on a tear, so it’s just like any other season.”

“Obviously we have different players, but I’m still getting the shots I always got before he was here, so it’s not on Kevin at all.”

Thompson has attempted a lot of three-pointers this season and his percentages are absolutely suffering. The 6’7″ guard insists he is not worried as he continues to build chemistry with the team’s new lineup.

That’s what great shooters do, they keep shooting until they find their rhythm again.