Isaiah Thomas Ejected After Going Into Stands To Confront 76ers Fans
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Isaiah Thomas was ejected from the Washington Wizards loss in Philadelphia on Saturday night. Thomas was taken out of the game with 2:53 remaining and ended up walking into the stands to talk to two 76ers fans...




(The Big Lead)
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19 Comments
Suspend him for 20 games.
Reply22 months
Fanboy wants his Frosty,,,
Reply22 months
Players are pussies today.
Reply22 months
Can’t believe he is still in the league. Those Bad boy teams were something else
Reply22 months
The old triple post
22 months
Can’t believe he is still in the league. Those Bad boy teams were something else
Reply22 months
Can’t believe he is still in the league. Those Bad boy teams were something else
Reply22 months
I like frosties too. He can't go into the stands. His dad told him to never be disrespected?????? He'll have a hard time going to life in the real world because people get that very often in real life. What is he going to do in real life, FIGHT?????????
Reply22 months
First time he's been razzed?
Reply22 months
If you’re going to call out hostile comments to someone in public forum it’s likely you will get confrontational negative feedback.
22 months
Thomas is a reactionary but so am I so I can’t judge him. If you don’t want to be confronted by a reactionary don’t provoke one.
Reply22 months
I took the olds lady to see wizards/suns, and I could tell this guy was an a-hole just by how he treated the rookies
Reply22 months
After watching that interview now I just want a Frosty.
Reply22 months
So do i
22 months
I've seen a lot of athletes clearly make shite up "fans said" after showing their asses. I've been in, broke up and dealt with a lot of this situations and i see two things. He's not making it up and this guys no bitch. He handled that whole situation alpha AF
Reply22 months
It takes two to make a thing go right. I’m Rob Bass and I came to get down...
Reply22 months
"Tell me you didn't just go old school!"
22 months
They should hav let him go and got his arse whipped. What a punk.
Reply22 months
I like how he handled it. Ppl have to stop feeling comfortable saying whatever they want to ppl in public positions as if consequences aren’t real. He handled it like a man and simply asked the fan to stop and just be a fan. The League should be doing this on the players behalf and removing fans that take it too far.
22 months
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