Isaiah Thomas Thinks ‘NBA 2K18’ Is Realistic

Posted by myadmin on October 18, 2017 in NBA 2K18 |


Isaiah Thomas is new in Cleveland but he’s already gaining something of a reputation for being a ballhog. This has nothing to do with his ability to play basketball mind you as Thomas still has a long way to go before he’ll be able to take the court as he recovers from a hip injury.

No this has everything to do with Thomas in NBA 2K18. J.R. Smith was trying to use the Cavs in the game when all of a sudden he ran into a problem: Thomas would not pass the dang ball.

This isn’t totally a surprise as Thomas’ ability to score has always been his best skill. Even last year in Boston Thomas — who was nominally the team’s point guard — averaged 28.9 points on 19.4 field goal attempts per game while dishing out 5.9 assists per night. Being a “ballhog” is if anything a strength for Thomas and the kind of thing that makes him an All-NBA caliber basketball player.

Anyway Thomas saw this tweet and had a slightly different take than Smith. In the eyes of the former Celtics star the fact that he’s so unwilling to give the ball to his teammates means the game is more realistic this year.

Compared to NBA Live 18‘s depiction of Thomas as a ruthless shot blocker this is a far more accurate representation of Cleveland’s new point guard.

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