A former Golden State Warriors star has shared his thoughts on Klay Thompson and Draymond Green’s case of becoming future NBA Hall of Famers.

The Warriors are seemingly back in their championship form and have become one of the hottest subject of discussions in the league this season. Corey Maggette, who played for the Warriors for two seasons, recently weighed in on the Dubs’ remarkable run, emphasizing the importance of Klay Thompson and Draymond Green to the dynasty.

For Maggette, while Stephen Curry has already cemented his name in the Hall of Fame, people would be “stupid” to omit Thompson and Green:

“If anyone says that they [Thompson and Green] are not [future Hall of Famers], they are stupid. Just being completely honest,” Maggette declared, via NBC Sports Bay Area. “These players are champions in this league.”

“These two players, it is almost like a dynasty when you think about the Golden State Warriors team and what they did. I’m from Chicago, so for them to break the Bulls’ record, it is something that I never, ever thought would happen. But they did it, they did it as a team,” he elaborated.

In the wake of Thompson and Green’s snub from the NBA’s 75th Anniversary team, Warriors head coach Steve Kerr already stressed that regardless of how the NBA views it, the pair has earned their spot on the list:

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“I definitely think both guys [Thompson and Green] are top 75, just based on winning and two-way basketball and everything that really matters more than statistics and anything related to numbers,” Kerr argued. “What matters is if you’re winning championships, and that’s what counts. I would have hoped and thought that both guys would be on there.”

When it’s all said and done, these two Warriors stars will surely get a call to the Hall of Fame.