Thomas had an amazing performance in game one of the Eastern Conference Semi-Finals Sunday Afternoon, despite losing a tooth in the first half. After the game, we caught up with Isaiah for a short interview.
Q: Isaiah, your team had just a 39-hour turnaround from the first round to today, how did that affect your performance?
I was exthauthed. You know, my teammateth really kept me going. I wath tired, but we were able to pull out the win today.
Q: Tell us a little about your performance tonight and do you think you will be consistent throughout the series?
I think tho. Conthithtenthy is key. I need to have a few more athithts and drive to the hole more. I think I only went thixth for theven from the thtripe.
Q: Your teammate Al Horford was one rebound shy of his first career triple-double. How does Al’s play affect your chances of winning this series?
Well Al has been thuper for uth thith therieth. He ith an all-around threat and when he playth well, the team playth well.
Q: One last question Isaiah. What is one odd job you wish you would have done instead of playing basketball?
Well, letth thee, my friend Thally and I alwayth dreamed of thelling theashellth by the theashore. Tho, I would thay that I wish to thell theashellths.
StN Sports is hoping Thomas ‘thuctheeds’ in Game 2.