It looks as though Isaiah Thomas may still have a little bit of bitterness towards the Cleveland Cavaliers for his time with the team earlier this season, as he took a shot at their performance in the NBA Finals series so far against the Golden State Warriors.
Thomas was part of the Cavaliers team that struggled to get going in the early part of this season. Things picked up for the team though as soon as they traded him away to the Los Angeles Lakers on trade deadline line.
Now they find themselves in the NBA Finals for the fourth consecutive year thanks to the reshuffle, but they're currently 2-0 down in the series against the Warriors after losing Games 1 and 2, with Game 3 taking place later on today.
If being 2-0 in the Finals isn't enough, Thomas has trolled his former team in further by taking a huge shot at them during an appearance Monday night on "Jimmy Kimmel Live."
Cavs gonna get swept
He was there alongside former Detroit Pistons point guard and Hall of Famer Isiah Thomas, and the two played a trivia show Kimmel calls "Generation Gap." Kimmel asks questions about old things and new things to see if people from different generations either know their history or are keeping up with the new trends.
Isaiah was stuck on zero points as the game was approaching its end. When his guess wasn't correct again, he jokingly said: "I'm like the Cavs, I'm gonna get swept."
If you watch from the 6:40 mark in the video below, you can see Isaiah make the joke, as well as Isiah scurrying off camera in laughter.
It's unsurprising that Isaiah has made a comment like this, as he probably doesn't look back on his time in Cleveland too fondly.
After being sent there by the Boston Celtics as part of the Kyrie Irving trade last summer, he missed half the season while rehabbing from his hip injury. He was then he was sent packing to Los Angeles before he really had an opportunity to get himself back into his 2016 form.
Game 3 between the Warriors and the Cavaliers takes place later today from the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland.
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