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Watch Out Riley: Boston Celtics Guard Isaiah Thomas’ Sons Steal The Show At Post Game Press Conference

Isaiah Thomas and his sons
Photo: Gary Washburn


iley Curry move over and make way for the next two to step up to the microphone. In what is becoming a new thing (we welcome it) during the NBA Playoffs, star guard of the Boston Celtics‘ Isaiah Thomas was accompanied to the podium by his two young sons, James and Jaden. They just finished watching their dad put on a show in TD Garden leading his team to victory and tying up their playoff series with the Atlanta Hawks. Unlike Golden State Warriors all-star guard and more than likely this years MVP Steph Curry’s daughter who made her presence felt immediately during her dad’s post game press conference the two young boys saved their best for the end.

James introduced himself to the room of reporters by saying “Hi everybody” and then proclaimed his dad “Isaiah is the greatest basketball player”


Now Riley can never truly be outdone, she has imprinted herself into the hearts of millions of forever but it looks like we won’t be getting an encore press conference appearance cause her dad suffered an sprained MCL that will have him out for two weeks.

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Like we said earlier this is one trend the NBA and it’s players should definitely keep going cause we truly love the kids.

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