Golden State’s Klay Thompson celebrates his fourth NBA title from the Bahamas

Golden State’s Klay Thompson celebrates his fourth NBA title from the Bahamas

Golden State’s Klay Thompson continues his NBA Championship celebrations by posting a snap from the beaches of the Bahamas with “NBA CHAMPS 2022!” written in the sand

  • Klay Thompson spends some time relaxing after winning the title
  • The shooting guard returned to his father’s homeland to celebrate with the family
  • Thompson spent a summer partying and winning awards at the ESPY’s

It’s Klay Thompson’s world and we all just live in it.

After his fourth career NBA title with the Golden State Warriors, the shooting guard was on a big tour to celebrate his win.

He took to Instagram on Saturday and posted a picture of the beaches in the Bahamas.

“Everything’s better in the Bahamas,” read the caption beneath this photo by Klay Thompson

The caption on a picture of Thompson written in the sand with the words ‘NBA Champs 2022!’ read, ‘Everything’s better in the Bahamas.’

Last week, Thompson was filmed gulping down a beer and cheering wildly as his brother Trayce played for the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 7-4 win over the New York Giants.

The Bahamas isn’t just a vacation destination for the five-time All-Star, as his father Mychal was born in the Bahamian capital of Nassau.

Thompson even called his family in the islands after beating the Boston Celtics in six games.

“I know my family is watching in Nassau,” Thompson said. “I can’t wait to celebrate with my whole family this summer.”

Klay Thompson continues to celebrate winning the NBA title against the Boston Celtics

Klay Thompson continues to celebrate winning the NBA title against the Boston Celtics

This is Thompson's fourth NBA title, all won with the Golden State Warriors

This is Thompson’s fourth NBA title, all won with the Golden State Warriors

It’s been a summer of accolades for the Washington State product that won the 2022 ESPY award for Best Comeback Athlete.

Thompson had suffered multiple injuries in recent years, including a cruciate ligament tear and a torn Achilles tendon in two of the last four seasons.

The shooting guard finished the NBA postseason averaging 19 points, 2 assists and 3.9 rebounds per game.