New Cleveland Cavaliers guard isaiah thomas is still having a tough time figuring out why he was traded to the Cavs during the NBA offseason. He led his former team, the Boston Celtics, to the conference finals while overcoming much adversity physically and mentally, but he still was dealt by the Celtics front office to the Cavs in exchange for Kyrie Irving. Thomas has a long road ahead of him before he takes the court, but he is planning to make the Celtics, specifically, their GM Danny Ainge, regret the day they traded away the all-pro guard.

This is like a video game

Thomas played through a variety of physical and emotional obstacles for the Celtics last year. He played through a hip injury, which is the main reason he won't be seeing on-court action until December or January at the earliest. He also managed to play through the playoffs with a heavy heart, as his sister died in a car crash a day before the playoffs started. Through all the obstacles, he managed to play well for the Celtics, carrying the scoring load and being the leader of the Celtics.

Thomas is still baffled by the blockbuster trade saying according to SI, "It still doesn't make any sense. I'm still asking, 'What the hell happened?' It's a trade you make in NBA2K.

It's not a trade you make in real life."

The Cavs guard was a vital piece in helping recruit Gordon Hayward, and now he won't even have the luxury of playing with the All-Star forward. Thomas has put up video game numbers since he joined the Celtics, and now that he is traded, he will be able to get some revenge on the person who made the trade possible.

Love, what's that?

The coordinator for the Kyrie-Thomas superstar trade was Celtics general manager Danny Ainge. Ainge's apprehension about Thomas' hip and that he could leave during free agency in the summer of 2018 is what pushed him to get the deal done. Ainge is known to make deals that are more about business than loyalty, and it has worked for him in the past (the Paul Pierce/Kevin Garnett trade to the Brooklyn Nets).

Thomas knows the Celtics will be a good, but they might not be as emotionally strong saying, "They've got really good players and a great coach. But it takes more than talent. They lost a lot of heart and soul."

He also doesn't think he and Ainge will be talking much after this trade saying. "I might not ever talk to Danny again. That might not happen. I'll talk to everybody else. But what he did, knowing everything I went through, you don't do that, bro. That's not right."

Even though Thomas is still feeling somewhat betrayed after this trade, he has found a new home in Cleveland and has found chemistry among his teammates. Chemistry is a key piece in a title run and the Cavs are one of the few teams that can pose a threat to the behemoth Golden State Warriors team. Isaiah Thomas is looking to prove the doubters wrong once again, only adding the Celtics to that ever-evolving list.