Isaiah Thomas Rips On Spurs Fan For Booing Kawhi Leonard, Says "That Ain't It"

It’s nicely documented that Kawhi Leonard needed out San Antonio. This was largely resulting from the truth that he wasn’t proud of how they dealt with his quadriceps damage which saved him out for almost all final season. When the previous Finals MVP returned to San Antonio for the primary time Thursday evening, he was met with boos and chants calling him a “traitor.”

Isaiah Thomas, a guard for the Denver Nuggets, noticed the response and took to Twitter to denounce the followers, saying that Kawhi introduced them a championship and that they should not be that robust on him.

“Take the “fan” hat f for as soon as and put the “participant” hat on and see if you’ll nonetheless boo a participant…,” Thomas mentioned.

The Raptors ultimately misplaced the sport 125-107, making Kawhi’s return to the town all of the extra forgettable.

Do you assume Thomas has some extent? Should the followers be slightly bit extra forgiving Kawhi?

Isaiah Thomas Names Top-5 Point Guards On "Cold As Balls" With Kevin Hart

Isaiah Thomas, now a member the Denver Nuggets, recently chopped it up with Kevin Hart as part Hart’s ongoing Youtube series “Cold As Balls,” in which the comedian interviews people while both are seated in ice tubs.

During their sit down, the two pint-sized stars bonded on being the short guys, talked about Thomas losing his tooth, his relationship with Detroit Pistons legend Isiah Thomas, and discussed what it was like for IT getting picked last in the NBA Draft.

Thomas, 29, also ranked his Top-5 point guards in the NBA today – which starts with himself at #1. He goes on to list Stephen Curry, Russell Westbrook, John Wall and Damian Lillard, but later scratched Wall in favor Boston Celtics star Kyrie Irving.

Check out the full episode “Cold As Balls” in the video embedded below.

Isaiah Thomas Apologizes After Calling Cleveland "A S**thole"

Isaiah Thomas is apologizing for making disparaging comments about Cleveland. Thomas was traded to the Cavaliers last f-season, in a deal that sent Kyrie Irving to Boston. Because an injury, Thomas didn’t play until January this year. After struggling to mesh with the team, the Cavs sent Thomas to the Lakers in a deal that also saw Larry Nance Jr. and Jordan Clarkson join LeBron in Cleveland. Thomas failed to impress Lakers’ fans and he signed on with the Denver Nuggets this f-season as a free agent. He is now on his sixth team since being drafted in 2011. 

Thomas posted a live video on social media where he speaks about all the cities that he has played for. “Sac, LA, and Boston was all love,” he began while Nipsey Hussle’s “Hussle & Motivate” plays in the background. “Cleveland was a shithole. I see why ‘Bron left,” he joked. His comments earned him backlash from Cleveland residents, and Thomas took to Twitter to apologize. 

“I apologize for my choice words about Cleveland. I was on my live playing around,” he wrote. “They don’t show you everything for a reason smh. Right after that I clarified what I said…. All love to everybody who had love for me in Cleveland,” he continued, referencing the fact that subsequent videos his insult about Cleveland are edited to end right after the comment. 

Isaiah Thomas Inks Deal With Denver Nuggets

Free agent point guard Isaiah Thomas has reached a one-year, $2 million deal with the Denver Nuggets, according to multiple reports. Thomas, 29, will now reunite with Nuggets head coach Mike Malone, who coached IT when he was a member the Sacramento Kings during the 2013-14 season.

In the 2016-17 season with the Boston Celtics, Thomas averaged a career-high 28.9 points per game while leading the Cs to an Eastern Conference-best record 53-29. The Celtics reached the Eastern Conference Finals that year but a hip injury kept Thomas sidelined as LeBron James, Kyrie Irving and the Cavs advanced to the NBA Finals. Prior to the injury, Thomas was eyeing a $100 million max contract extension. 

As we know, Boston then traded Thomas to the Cavs that Summer as part the Irving deal. In 15 games with the Cavs last season, Thomas averaged 14.7 points and 4.5 assists per game, before he was dealt to the Los Angeles Lakers at the NBA trade deadline. After appearing in 17 games for the Lakers, Thomas became a free agent and just yesterday agreed to sign with the Nuggets for the veteran’s minimum. 

He’ll now come f the bench behind 21-year old Jamal Murray, who is entering his third NBA season. The Nuggets finished ninth in the Western Conference last season, finishing with a 46-36 record and one-game back the seventh and eighth seeds.

Isaiah Thomas Posts NBA Finals Inspired TBT Picture With JR & LeBron

The bitterness may have subsided after the Isaiah Thomas experiment never really got f the ground. All parties are in agreement that a decision was forced by two separate clauses: Kyrie Irving wanting out & the Cleveland brass trying to wield their lottery protected pick in exchange for assets. If Isaiah still holds any resentment it’s not towards LeBron and the Cavaliers’ roster, but rather with Boston management. Seriousness aside, Isaiah is still acting like a kid with a lunch pail on his first day school. Thomas shared a NBA Finals-themed TBT post depicting JR Smith, LeBron, and himself with the caption: “Let’s Get It lol,” as if he were still on the active roster gearing up for Game 1.

Isaiah was packaged at the Trade deadline for a slew roster players who have hardly kept pace. Rodney Hood is sitting in a puddle, and Jordan Clarkson only sees the floor as a decoy, sparing LeBron the trouble dribbling the ball up court. Larry Nance supplies a bottomless reserve energy, which would make a soluble difference if it weren’t for his other limitations. The bum rap on Isaiah Thomas kind falls on his preference to play in a certain role, one he was never certain carving out in Cleveland with LeBron at the helm. That doesn’t preclude him from throwing salt on the Cavalier crest. LeBron and Isaiah were never destined to lock horns.