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Isaiah Thomas has been wanting much better since becoming a member of the Los Angeles Lakers, although the previous All-Star has not fairly reclaimed the shape that made him one thing of a sensation with the Boston Celtics. Nonetheless, Thomas was in a position to put collectively a powerful efficiency, scoring 20 factors and allotting 9 assists in Sunday’s victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Apparently, the diminutive guard had some phrases for his former workforce within the course of. Loads has emerged since Thomas was dealt from Cleveland to Los Angeles, together with buzz that he lacked “humility” throughout his time with the Cavs.

That didn’t sluggish him down on Sunday, although, and as Kyle Kuzma indicated (at roughly the two:00 mark beneath) that Thomas was “barking at Cleveland’s bench” all through the competition.

Kuzma stated that Thomas had phrases “each time he scored” and went on to reference a motto of the Lakers squad: A participant’s former workforce “didn’t need” them. In reality, Kuzma indicated that Thomas tried to “kill” Cleveland throughout the sport and, with that in thoughts, it doesn’t appear coincidental that he was in a position to put forth a powerful and aggressive displaying.

Given Thomas’ well being considerations on the outset of the season, it wasn’t a full-blown shock that he struggled in Cleveland. Nonetheless, it seems the commerce has labored out for each events and, with these feedback in thoughts, Thomas doesn’t appear to be having any type of confidence points in his new touchdown spot.

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