Klay Thompson Imposter Banned From Chase Center for Life

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Amidst all the excitement around this year's NBA Finals, Klay Thompson impersonator, Dawson Gurley, also known as YouTuber Big Daws, found himself banned from the Chase Center for life. The ban came after Gurley was able to get into the San Francisco arena before Game 5 of the NBA Finals pretending to be the basketball star. Not only did he make his way past security, but he also made his way on the court to get a few shots off.

Dawson Gurley shared his experience in a new video posted on YouTube, showing just how he fool both fans and security into thinking he was Klay Thompson. Eventually caught by security, the YouTuber was confronted by a Golden State Warriors employee who gave him a letter notifying him of his lifetime ban.

Taking to Twitter, Gurley added more details to the situation, arguing that he "technically" didn’t "trespass" but admitted that the Golden State Warriors had every right to ban him from the arena.

Catch Dawson Gurley, the Klay Thompson impersonator's, video above.

 

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