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33 shots in 29 minutes. 45 assists and 54 fields goals. 60 points in under 30 minutes makes history for Golden State Warrior, Klay Thompson.
Recently waiting for a business meeting to begin, a couple of colleagues and I were sitting around and one mentioned the December 5th basketball game between the Golden State Warriors and the Indiana Pacers. I hadn’t seen the game but was riveted by the enthusiastic re-telling.
Turns out Klay Thompson, considered the GSW’s third best scorer, dropped 60 points in less than 30 minutes during the game. He made history that night for the most points since the shot clock era (1954-55) by a player in less than 30 minutes. The previous record holder was his more famous teammate, Stephen Curry, at 46 points.
How the heck did he do this? What were the factors that needed to be in place to allow this extraordinary feat to occur? I did a little research and here’s what I determined was crucial to this successful splash –
Sports, like business. can be very competitive – not only with the opposing team but with fellow team members. One player or teammate tries to outdo the other and sometimes that competiveness can get in the way of the best results and outcome. What if the next time you worked on a project with your team you
No matter if your team is in the stadium or the office: ATTUNE, CHEER and COMPLEMENT.