Cavs trade rumors about isaiah thomas are everywhere. As the Cleveland Cavaliers try to find footing in the Eastern Conference, there has been a lot of trade chatter about the veteran point guard. Thomas was part of the deal that sent Kyrie Irving to the Boston Celtics and he came to the team with a lot of expectations attached to him. Finally returning from offseason surgery, Thomas hasn’t quite found a rhythm with his new team.

As the 2018 NBA trade deadline approaches on February 8, Isaiah Thomas has seen his name pop up in various Cavs trade rumors. One suggested he could go to the Charlotte Hornets as part of a package that would bring Kemba Walker and Nicolas Batum to the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Another rumor had Thomas going to the New York Knicks. None of those rumors have led to anything taking place.

Is Thomas happy in Cleveland?

Following an impressive 140-138 victory over the Minnesota Timberwolves on Wednesday night (February 7), Isaiah Thomas spoke at length about his situation with the Cleveland Cavaliers. A number of videos of Thomas speaking to the media have made the rounds on sports talk shows already, but it certainly puts some positive light on him. This is similar to what LeBron James has been saying about sticking it out in Cleveland rather than waiving his no-trade clause.

While answering questions from the media, Thomas said what exactly what any coach wants to hear from a player. "I'm tired of being traded. That's not a good thing, but I just want to be where I'm wanted.

I like it here. It hasn't been as planned, but I definitely want to be here. We definitely have a real chance to win an NBA championship, and I want to be a part of that."

What will the Cleveland Cavaliers do?

Additional Cavs trade rumors have linked the team [VIDEO] to the Los Angeles Clippers. At the center of those discussions is All-Star center DeAndre Jordan, whom the Clippers could deal for the right price. He could definitely help the Cavs, but the price is reportedly the 2018 first-round pick of the Brooklyn Nets. That might remain a non-starter for the front office of the Cleveland Cavaliers. If the Cavs just want to add more talent, Julius Randle of the Los Angeles Lakers is also available [VIDEO].

Going back to the Isaiah Thomas trade rumors, he has already been traded a number of times during his short NBA career. After the Sacramento Kings drafted him he was then traded to the Phoenix Suns. The Suns then traded him to the Boston Celtics, where he spent several seasons before getting traded to the Cleveland Cavaliers. It makes sense that he would want to stay in one place now and maybe the best course of action is for these Cavs trade rumors to get put to get by the front office stating he isn’t going anywhere.