Cup of Joe. Isaiah Thomas debuts, gets ejected

In case you missed it last night, Isaiah Thomas debut got cut short last night after the point guard was ejected in the fourth quarter. Thomas was given a technical for delivering a two handed spike to the basketball (and catching it) after being called on a very dicey offensive foul call, and then a quick, seemingly unnecessary one, for rolling the ball to the closest official.

To that point, Thomas came as advertised; lightning quick, electric, and occasionally out of control. Netting 21 points, 3 assists, 5 rebounds and 2 steals in just 25 minutes. 

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Vintage WTHHT: What the Hell Happened To... Milt Palacio
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He was a 6'3 point guard from Colorado St that went undrafted. He was the only player of Belizean descent to play in the NBA (I'm not sure about that, but it sounds good and I'm going with it). You may remember Milt Palacio.

Milt actually started college at Midland Community College at barely 17 years old (he seemed to have started a year young). After 1 season there he transferred to CSU where he graduated in 1999. Despite not being selected he latched on with the Grizzlies for the 1999-2000 season.

After 1 year with the Grizzlies he signed with the Celtics for the 2000-2001 season, under the Evil Emperor. He'd play 58 games that season for Boston, starting 9.

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