Cavs and Celtics arrange call to discuss Isaiah Thomas' physical, deadline for decision is Thursday

Not much has changed since last night's Woj bomb that revealed that the Cleveland Cavaliers had enough concerns over Isaiah Thomas' hip injury after his physical examination on Friday to possibly reconsider the blockbuster trade that would send Kyrie Irving to Boston and Isaiah Thomas, Jae Crowder, Ante Zizic, and the 2018 Brooklyn first round pick to Cleveland.

However, an update today from Adrian Wojarowski provides a few more nuggets of information: the Celtics and the Cavaliers have scheduled a call for today to discuss the uncertainties surrounding the trade and Isaiah's health, and Cleveland has until Thursday to void the deal:

In the aftermath of issues resulting from Isaiah Thomas' physical examination on Friday, the Cleveland Cavaliers and Boston Celtics are planning a telephone call for Saturday to discuss the status of the teams' blockbuster trade, league sources told ESPN.

The proposed deal sending Cleveland's four-time All-Star guard Kyrie Irving to the Celtics for Thomas, Jae Crowder, Ante Zizic and a 2018 first-round pick via Brooklyn has been thrust into uncertainty with medical questions surrounding Thomas' injured hip, league sources told ESPN.

It is possible that Cleveland could request further compensation from Boston before it'll approve the trade, league sources said. Cleveland has until Thursday to make a final decision on approving the trade, sources said. Cleveland can veto the deal based on a failed physical, sending players back to their respective teams.

Also scheduled for today's is Kyrie Irving's physical in Boston.

Stay posted to for developments.

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