It's not often and NBA scoring record of any sort is broken, but our Sportsman of the Week did it. Klay Thompson of the dominant Golden State Warriors put on a display that the likes of Michael Jordan, Larry Bird, Kobe Bryant, Wilt Chamberlain, or LeBron James has never done. That is score 37 points. In a quarter. The average NBA team scores less than 30 points per quarter. But on Friday, Thompson was a perfect 13-13 from the field, including nine three pointers in the third quarter against the Sacramento Kings. Nine, that's one every 80 seconds. In a quarter. Thompson is a big reason the Warriors are 36-6 and over five games ahead of the next best team in the field. And an amazing Longhorndave Sportsman of the Week!