A new chapter is about to begin in Isaiah Thomas' career and what a story it has been so far for him. After being drafted as the last, 60th pick in the 2011 NBA Draft by the Kings, #isaiah thomas has played every game with a chip on his shoulder. As we mentioned, he entered the league in 2011, and since then he has improved his game and his stats every year so far.

Thomas joined the Boston Celtics in 2014 and played three great seasons in Boston. He played 76 games last season for the Celtics and averaged a career-high 28.9 points per game and also added 2.7 rebounds and 5.9 assists per game. He finished fifth in the MVP voting, made the All-Star team, but when the offseason came, he got traded.

The Celtics sent him to the Cavaliers in exchange for Kyrie Irving, giving Thomas the opportunity to play alongside a three-time NBA champion LeBron James.

Thomas teaming up with LeBron

Following the official announcement about his trade to the Cavaliers, the 28-year-old Thomas published an interesting, heartfelt article to The Players' Tribune. The article is called "This Is for Boston, " and he wrote about how Boston and the trade affected him, both as a person and as a basketball player. Obviously, one of the things he immediately addressed was playing alongside #LeBron James: "I get to come over and join the best team in the East, and try to win a championship alongside the best basketball player in the world." Thomas apparently has a lot of respect for LeBron James, and it seems he is very excited to be his teammate next season.

Thomas will be the starting point guard for the Cavs next season, and he should benefit from playing alongside James. LeBron is known as a great teammate and for his court-vision and passing skills that often leave us (the fans) speechless.

Looking forward to playing in Cleveland

Thomas went on to share his sadness for leaving Boston but also his excitement of joining the Cavaliers. "You are not going to want to mess with the Cavs this year. This is going to be a great year to be a Cavs fan, a great year. And I’m excited." Obviously, Thomas feels confident about Cleveland's chances of winning the Eastern Conference next season and maybe winning the NBA championship again.

Truth to be told, the way they are constructed right now [VIDEO], it doesn't seem like an impossible task. With Thomas at the point guard position and LeBron James and Kevin Love in the frontcourt [VIDEO], the Cavaliers will once again be the favorites to play in the NBA Finals. If they do make it to the NBA Finals next season, it will be Cleveland's fourth straight trip to the NBA's biggest stage. #Cleveland Cavaliers