Monday, January 1, 2018

Isaiah Thomas has been ruled out for Wednesday night's game against Celtics

Celtics fans will have to wait until February to see Isaiah Thomas back on the parquet as a member of the Cavaliers.

Cleveland coach Tyronn Lue announced Monday that Thomas will make his Cavaliers debut Tuesday night against the Blazers and will sit out against the Celtics -- the second leg of a back-to-back set. Thomas will come off the bench and will be on a minute-restriction against Portland.

ESPN's Dave McMenamin tweeted out the following, per Thomas:
"My hip is better but I have no rhythm... It feels like I lost my powers," Thomas told reporters. "But once I get back out there it's going to be too hard to hold me back."
Thomas also added, "I'm ready to put the grind forward and give the fans what they want to see and make this season something special."

He tweeted out the following the night of New Year's Eve.
Kyrie Irving, who was asked about what Thomas did for the Celtics throughout his time in Boston, had a lot to say after Sunday night's win against the Nets.

Photo used is courtesy of USA Today

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