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Isaiah Thomas on Returning to Celtics: ‘Anything Can Happen’

Isaiah Thomas on Returning to Celtics: ‘Anything Can Happen’

Isaiah Thomas was in the middle of a Twitter Q+A when a fan asked him if he would consider signing with the Celtics during the offseason. Anything can happen https://t.co/jeDPJpZ4PV — Isaiah Thomas (@isaiahthomas) March 19, 2018 Thomas averaged 28 points per game last season with the Celtics, guiding them to the East’s top seed. He was named an All-Star and he spoke openly about how much he loved living in Boston and how much love he felt from Celtics fans. They traded him to the Cavaliers...

Read 1 month ago, SLAM Magazine, Boston Celtics

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