Welcome to another edition of This Week In Hot Takes! This time around, we’re examining the hottest takes from sports media members from May 19-25. 5. Tony Massarotti said Isaiah Thomas and the Celtics quit, after Thomas was hurt and...Show More Summary
The Cavs prepared for a series against Isaiah Thomas. He got hurt. Now, Boston’s offensive sets have left Cleveland flummoxed. Cleveland Cavaliers head coach Tyronn Lue told a group of reporters on Wednesday that the Boston Celtics’Show More Summary
The Cavs have had a much tougher time in the two games the Celtics have been without Isaiah Thomas
Thomas aggravated his hip injury during Game 2 of the Eastern Conference finals
Bet against The Little Guy’s adaptability at your own peril. The Boston Celtics won Game 3 against the Cleveland Cavaliers without Isaiah Thomas, and put up a good fight in Game 4 on Tuesday. That followed a 46-point loss in I.T.’s final game of the season. Show More Summary
Boston is better on defense without Thomas, but it obviously missed him in the second half on Tuesday
After the first two games of the Eastern Conference Finals – it looked as if it was going to be a complete sweep and domination by the Cavaliers. Then the series shifted to Cleveland – Celtics guard Isaiah Thomas went down for the remainder of the series and everything changed. The Celtics gutted out a […]
Thomas is done for the season with a hip injury he aggravated in the playoffs.
Celtics All-Star guard Isaiah Thomas has visited one hip specialist and will see others before it's decided whether he needs surgery
CLEVELAND -- Boston Celtics star guard Isaiah Thomas has visited one hip specialist and plans to see others.
The Cavaliers lead the Celtics, 2-1, in Eastern Conference Finals. Games 1 and 2 of this series took place in Boston, and the Cavaliers still won each of those games easily. When it was announced that Isaiah Thomas would miss the remainder of the postseason with a hip injury after Game 2, it looked all but over for the Celtics. Show More Summary
1st half of Game 3 and part of the 3rd quarter – The Cleveland Cavaliers could do no wrong as they mounted their lead as high as 21 points. Then the wheels came falling off. The Boston Celtics, without star guard Isaiah Thomas, led a furious comeback and thanks to a Avery Bradley last second […]
The All-Star guard was not with the team in Cleveland after a hip injury knocked him out of the playoffs
The Boston Celtics, playing as 16.5-point underdogs without star Isaiah Thomas, beat the Cleveland Cavaliers 111-108 in game three of the NBA Eastern Conference Finals. Avery Bradley sunk a three-pointer with a second remaining for the win, the biggest playoff upset in 20 years as measured by the betting line. Show More Summary
It’ll be painful, but the Celtics need to trade Isaiah Thomas and draft Markelle Fultz.
Thomas has turned himself into a Celtics legend and deserves absolute credit for it all. But in pursuit of a championship, Boston might be best off letting him go. When Isaiah Thomas dropped 53 points in the Garden three weeks ago, he cemented himself as a Boston legend. Show More Summary
After Cleveland blew out Boston in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference finals, Isaiah Thomas said he wasn’t scared of the Cavs because, via Cleveland.com, “They’re not the Monstars,” “We’re not scared of Cleveland. They’re not the Monstars. Show More Summary
It’s hard right now to be a Celtics fan. Coinciding with two upsets against the Cleveland, Cavaliers, one in which Boston lost by forty-four points, is star point-guard Isaiah Thomas’ postseason-ending hip injury. NBA.com reported on...Show More Summary
Good morning. We have that and more in Monday’s NBA newsletter. The Celtics won in Cleveland without Isaiah Thomas on an Avery Bradley buzzer beater (drawn up beautifully by Brad Stevens). LeBron had his worst game of the playoffs with 11 points on 30 percent shooting. Show More Summary
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