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It’s “Klay Trey” Time at Shake Shack and Uber Eats

Last Updated: November 12, 2021
Klay Thompson’s signature Shake Shack meal is available exclusively on Uber Eats through Sunday, Nov. 14.

While we still have to await Klay Thompson’s return to nailing treys on the court for the Golden State Warriors, we don’t have to wait for another kind of 3-pointer off the court.

The NBA All-Star and champion shooting guard announced a collaboration with Uber Eats and Shake Shack on Wednesday that will combine Klay’s three favorite things, basketball, burgers, and boats. The “Klay Trey,” — Thompson’s go-to Shake Shack order of a Chicken Shack, fries, and a chocolate shake — will be available on Uber Eats through Sunday.

“Iā€™m pumped to partner with Uber Eats and Shake Shack to introduce the Klay Trey,” the Warriors star said. “I use Uber Eats all the time, and I hope you will too. Plus, you can discover my favorite three-piece bundle and win some exclusive swag as an added bonus.”

The Thompson combo marks the first time Shake Shack has ever created a three-piece bundle. And while these items would normally cost customers $18, Uber Eats users can get the Klay Trey for $11, his iconic number with the Warriors. Lucky winners across the country who order the Klay Trey will also get special items like a mini hoop or a bucket hat with their Uber Eats delivery.

Thompson, 31, hasn’t played an NBA game since Game 6 of the 2019 Finals on June 13, 2019, when the Toronto Raptors captured their first championship. He tore his ACL in that contest late in the third quarter, which took him more than a year to recover from. Then last November, just when we thought he was getting ready to return for the late start to the 2020-2021 season, he tore his right Achilles, causing him to miss all of last season as well. The hope is that Klay returns to team with Steph Curry and the league-best 9-1 Warriors in December or January.

Until then, we can all eat like one of the best shooters ever to do it.

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