Found December 29, 2012 on Razzball Basketball:
Isaiah Thomas got the start Friday night and scored 11 points with 4 assists, a steal and three 3-pointers in 29 minutes. The move to start him actually makes logical sense, which is strange since we’re talking about the Sacremende Kings here. Well, my league sources tell me Sacramento’s New Year’s resolution is to stop pissing off NBA fans so much. So there you have it. Can Thomas help lead the 2013 Kings back the relevancy? He’s been relegated to the bench for Aaron Brooks (10 pts, 3 ast in 19 minutes) for much of the first few months, but yes, Thomas finally started again Friday night. The stats were less than impressive last night but IT2 has the talent to be successful in this league. We’ve seen him go off scoring in bunches before (he scored 26 points in just 13 minutes versus the Thunder a few weeks ago), there’s no reason not to think he can do it again. Sure, this is the Kings and sure, there’s still a good chance both Aaron Brooks and Thomas will see equal time at point go...
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