The Golden State Warriors were out in New York City over the weekend for their matchup against the Brooklyn Nets, which resulted in a 118-11 victory at Barclays Center on Sunday. Yesterday, the Warriors stayed in New York to enjoy the city on their day off before hitting the road again. And the players used that time very differently.

For instance, Zaza Pachulia and Jordan Bell paid a visit to the NBA league offices, while Steph Curry made an appearance on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.

Klay Thompson, on the other hand, found himself in a random interview with a Fox News reporter who asked the 2X NBA champ to give his take on scaffolding in the city. While taking a leisurely stroll in NYC, Klay was apparently approached by the news crew and didn't hesitate to speak on the endless scaffolding projects in the Big Apple.

“I usually observe if the piping and stuff is new,” Thompson said. “Sometimes, ya know, if it looks like it’s been there awhile I try to avoid that.”

Check out Klay's Fox News scaffolding exclusive below.