Warriors star Klay Thompson trips and accidentally barrels into a woman during victory parade

Going for the slam dunk! Moment Warriors star Klay Thompson trips and accidentally barrels into a woman sending her to the floor during victory parade

Warriors star Klay Thompson accidentally barreled into a woman and knocked her to the ground at the Championship Parade in San Francisco.

Video shows Thompson tripping and stumbling during the parade, only to crash right into the woman wearing a white top and dark blue sneakers.

She hits the ground hard, looking surprised and shocked before Thompson walks up with the help of another man and helps her up again.

He’s soon surrounded by adoring fans who shout their support at the victory parade celebrating the NBA Finals win over the Boston Celtics.

Video shows Thompson tripping and stumbling during the parade celebrating the team’s win

But he barrels straight into a woman wearing a white top and dark blue sneakers

But he barrels straight into a woman wearing a white top and dark blue sneakers

She hits the ground hard, looking surprised and shocked after being knocked to the ground

She hits the ground hard, looking surprised and shocked after being knocked to the ground

Thompson walks straight over with the help of another man and helps her up again

He's soon surrounded by adoring fans who shout their support at the victory parade celebrating the NBA Finals win over the Boston Celtics

Thompson walks straight over with the help of another man and helps her up again. He’s soon surrounded by adoring fans who shout their support at the victory parade celebrating the NBA Finals win over the Boston Celtics

The Golden State Warriors are celebrating their fourth NBA title in the last eight years with a massive party in San Francisco.

The festivities did not get off to a good start for Warriors star Klay Thompson, who lost his official Warriors championship hat in San Francisco Bay as he drove to the parade on his speed boat. 

Thompson earlier mocked the profanity of his teammate Draymond Green when he dropped two F-bombs during his victory speech, telling the crowd: ‘Real mature Draymond. This guy’s got the maturity level of a third grader.’

Klay Thompson wears a captain's hat adorned with the San Francisco Giants logo after losing his Warriors cap in the Bay

Klay Thompson wears a captain’s hat adorned with the San Francisco Giants logo after losing his Warriors cap in the Bay 

Green said on the mic during a live broadcast at the start of the parade: ‘Thank you all and it’s always f**k everyone else.’

Green, 32, said following his sour remarks that he was trying ‘to think of the most controversial thing I can say – like the media.’

Earlier Green already dropped an f-bomb telling the rest of Dub Nation: ‘I don’t know what y’all want me to tell you, that we better than everybody. This has been an amazing year. I told y’all don’t let us win the f***king championship.’

Thompson is seen driving past Alcatraz Island in San Francisco Bay

The festivities did not get off to a good start for Warriors star Klay Thompson, who lost his Warriors championship hat in San Francisco Bay as he drove to the parade on his speed boat. The 32-year-old was seen wearing a captains hat afterwards at a pre-parade rally

The festivities did not get off to a good start for Warriors star Klay Thompson, who lost his Warriors championship hat in San Francisco Bay as he drove to the parade on his speed boat. The 32-year-old was seen wearing a captains hat afterwards at a pre-parade rally. (Left) Thompson is seen driving by Alcatraz Island. (Right), he’s seen losing his Warriors hat 

The Warriors had the NBA’s worst record in 2019-20 in large part because of roster turnover — Kevin Durant, who was out that whole season while recovering from Achilles surgery, had just left for Brooklyn — and injuries.

Thompson didn’t play that season because of a knee injury suffered in the final game of the 2019 finals. Curry played in just five games. It was the reset year.

‘And we ain’t done,’ Thompson said early Friday while appearing on Green’s podcast, The Draymond Green Show. ‘That’s the beautiful thing about it. We got these young bucks behind us and we got the same squad coming back? That’s scary for the NBA.’

It's the first time that the Warriors have celebrated an NBA championship victory in San Francisco, previously holding their homecomings across the bay in Oakland

It’s the first time that the Warriors have celebrated an NBA championship victory in San Francisco, previously holding their homecomings across the bay in Oakland

Warriors teammates (from left to right) Daimon Lee, Moses Moody, Gary Payton II, and Otto Porter Jr. are pictured

Warriors teammates (from left to right) Daimon Lee, Moses Moody, Gary Payton II, and Otto Porter Jr. are pictured 

Green said during the celebrations: 'What you appreciate about the journey is the people that you go through it with'

Green said during the celebrations: ‘What you appreciate about the journey is the people that you go through it with’

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