Klay Thompson recognized LaMarcus Aldridge’s gripe about the Warriors having four players in the NBA All-Star Game while Aldridge’s Spurs sent just one (not him).

That doesn’t mean Thompson agreed with the Spurs forward.

Thompson told FS1 that Golden State had “a better case” due to their 46-9 record — four games ahead of San Antonio.

“I think he had a case to make it, especially when you have the record they have. But, I think we had a better case to have four because of our record,” Thompson said Tuesday. “We’re still in the single-digit loss column, coming up on the All-Star break — which is pretty hard to do.”

This comes on the heels of Aldridge’s comment that it is “wrong” for only Kawhi Leonard to represent the Spurs at the All-Star Game while Warriors Kevin Durant, Stephen Curry, Draymond Green and Thompson were included.