Golden State Warriors star point guard Stephen Curry is confident his fellow Splash Brother will come back stronger than ever.

Curry said during his Wednesday media session he believes Thompson, 30, still has plenty of quality basketball left after the five-time All-Star suffered a season-ending Achilles tear. Just trust him:

“He's young. He's got a lot of amazing years left,” Curry said, via Connor Letourneau of the San Francisco Chronicle. “We believe that truly and fully.”

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The two-time league MVP also stated Thompson is a resilient individual, adding the Warriors organization will do whatever it can to support Klay as he faces another long rehab. Thompson remains upbeat:

“It hasn't killed his spirit,” Curry said, via Letourneau. “We know the magnet that Klay is, in his personality. … Our job as teammates is just to be there for him.”

Thompson's latest injury is one of the most frustrating storylines of the NBA offseason.

Klay missed the entirety of the 2019-20 season due to the torn ACL he suffered in Game 6 of the 2019 NBA Finals. But the Warriors hoped a healthy Thompson and Curry would help the Dubs recapture their old glory.

Those hopes took a significant hit on draft night, when it was revealed Thompson suffered a significant lower leg injury during a workout. Further testing revealed the Achilles injury, ruling Klay out for the second consecutive season.

It was supposed to be a night of celebration after Golden State selected a potential franchise cornerstone in James Wiseman. Instead, those celebrations were dampened by news of Thompson's injury.

However, Curry has no doubt his partner in crime is ready to take on this latest hurdle and return stronger than ever.

For now, the franchise is hitched to Steph's buttery shooting stroke. The Warriors should still be a playoff contender in 2020-21 as long as Curry is healthy.