UPDATED 10/22, 2 p.m. ET: Klay Thompson continues to stew publicly over being left off the NBA’s 75th Anniversary team.

Less than 24 hours after the Warriors star posted on Instagram to express his displeasure about being snubbed, Klay hopped back on the platform Friday to share more of his thoughts.

“Woke up this AM, still pissed about this stupid ass list,” he wrote on his IG Stories. “Ga damn I can’t wait to hoop again. Sick of the disrespect. Winning isn’t everything to some people like it is to me I guess.”

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31-year-old Golden State Warriors star Klay Thompson took to Instagram on Thursday to share his thoughts about not being included on the NBA 75th Anniversary Team, a list which includes  Giannis Antetokounmpo, Charles Barkley, Allen Iverson, Wes Unseld, and more.

Steph Curry, who is of course Thompson’s teammate and the other half of the Splash Brothers, made the list. Thompson’s former teammate Kevin Durant is also on the list.

“Maybe I’m just naive in my ability to play basketball, but in my head, I’m top 75 all-time,” Thompson, who is a three-time NBA champion, wrote.

Klay’s comments arrived shortly after the full NBA 75 list was released. The first 25 on the list dropped on Tuesday, the next 25 on Wednesday, and the remainder came out on Thursday, Oct. 21. The list was not ranked but instead done in alphabetical order.

The NBA said the 75th Anniversary Team list is “comprised of the 75 greatest players in league history” and was “selected by a blue-ribbon panel of media and current and former players, coaches, general managers and team executives.”

You can check out the full list of players that were included on the NBA 75th Anniversary Team below and scroll down a bit further to see James Harden and Reggie Miller react to being notified of their inclusion to the list.