The follow came from a report on Comcast that speak of the type of commitment needed to excel:
Following the Warriors' 102-93 win over the Bucks on Wednesday night, Klay Thompson wasn't ready to go home.
The 2015 All-Star returned to the Oracle Arena floor well after the final horn to work on his jump shot.
Thompson scored 17 points against Milwaukee on 5-for-16 shooting (3-for-8 3's).
The game prior, the 25-year old shooting guard suffered one of his worst shooting nights of the year -- 3-for-17, including 1-for-9 from the 3-point line in Brooklyn.
The night before that, he went 9-23 from the floor (2-10 3's) against Boston.
Despite his recent struggles, Thompson is shooting 43 percent from the deep on the season, good for fourth in the NBA.
His 178 treys trail only Stephen Curry's 193.