All the national pundits and talking heads have danced on the grave of the Warriors' dynasty.
With Kevin Durant, Andre Iguodala and Shaun Livingston gone, and Klay Thompson out for a large portion of the upcoming season after ACL surgery, most believe the Warriors' reign of dominance is over.
But Thompson isn't listening to the noise. The Warriors might be down, but they aren't out.
"The dynasty ain't over," Klay said Friday during the second annual Thompson Family Foundation golf tournament in Newport Beach, Calif. "It's far from over."
After five season atop the NBA mountain, the Warriors no longer are the favorites to win the title, and they will look vastly different this season.