LeBron James doesn't have time for fans who burn player's jerseys

LeBron James doesn't have time for fans who burn player's jerseys

The Celtics were already parting with a king's ransom in Thomas, Jae Crowder, the Brooklyn Nets' 2018 first-round pick and Ante Zizic to land Irving. On Friday night, reports indicated that Cleveland was concerned by Thomas' injured hip after the dynamic guard underwent a physical.

Story posting soon on ESPN: After Thomas physical, Cavs planning to seek further compensation before finalizing Irving trade to Boston.

Celtics GM Danny Ainge admitted in a conference call with reporters after the trade was announced that Thomas' injury played a role in his inclusion.

One thing they have in common - the Cavs must secure that 2018 unprotected first-round draft pick.

It raises what one league source tells CSNNE.com are "definite concerns" about Thomas' hip injury, which may not heal as quickly as they thought with surgery now becoming a very real possibility.

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That blockbuster deal between Cleveland and Boston is stuck. If both teams agree to extend the deadline, however, they can.

According to retired Hall of Famer Isiah Thomas, the other Isaiah Thomas was "hurt" by his trade from Boston to Cleveland. After all, Isaiah Thomas is three years older than Irving, and that could be a big factor on whether he would decline after sustaining a hip injury last season.

However, James will be entering unrestricted free agency after the NBA's next season, which leads Durant to believe that Irving wouldn't be interested in waiting for James' decision to stay or go.

This is a major development and offers us a window into why the Celtics traded for Irving and gave up more than the Thunder and Timberwolves did in deals for Paul George and Jimmy Butler respectively. Although the trade was made official, the Cavaliers may not clear him and could potentially ask for more player (s)/draft pick (s) or even void the trade. David is the former editor to Fear the Sword and, using his experience covering the team, wrote an incredible piece exploring Kyrie Irving and his time in Cleveland.

Just when it appeared the Cavaliers' chaotic summer had calmed, there's a flare-up. Thomas aggravated it in the second round against Washington and finally limped off the floor in Game 2 of the conference finals, which Cleveland won in five games. And Thomas probably doesn't want to be back in Boston after they just decided they wanted to trade him, following a season in which he finished fifth in NBA MVP voting.