While that's bad, it's not entirely bad news for Isiah - Rohrbach also reports that Thomas was able to participate in some shoot around, a first since he injured it against Miami. While the Celtics have played well in his absence, Wednesday's game against the Thunder - specifically the scoring drought in the third quarter - was a reminder that this team really needs him.
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Watching this Ricky Rubio pass a 100 times in a row, and still not being able to figure out how he did it
Vintage WTHHT: What the Hell Happened To... Chris Mihm authored by TB727
He was a big man (a legit 7') with a feathery touch and nice agility. His entrance into the NBA came as the reign of dominating centers of yesteryear was coming to a close. Some scouts had very big aspirations for the player we remember in the first What the Hell Happened To article of 2013. You probably remember Chris Mihm.
According to Wikipedia for Chris' early life:
Mihm was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin to Gary and Nina Mihm. At the age of fourteen, he was ranked among Texas' top tennis players in his age group. Mihm attended Westlake High School in Austin, Texas where he became an all-state player by his senior year.