Former Cavs guard, Isaiah Thomas, apologizes for calling Cleveland for hole 0 & # 039;

The former Cleveland Cavaliers point guard, Isaiah Thomas (seen in an Instagram post on Saturday), apologized for calling the city of Northeast Ohio a

Former Cleveland Cavaliers point guard, Isaiah Thomas, apologized for calling the northeastern city of Ohio a "fucking hole."

Thomas, who played in just 15 games with the Cavaliers before being traded to the Los Angeles Lakers last season, made the comment while playing on social networks on Saturday night.

They asked him on Instagram about the various cities he played during his seven-year NBA career.

When asked about his brief stint in Cleveland, he replied: "Cleveland was a hole s ***. I see why Bron left." Again.

Thomas made the statements in an Instagram post but apologized in a second video

Thomas made the statements in an Instagram post but apologized in a second video

The former Cleveland Cavaliers outfielder, Isaiah Thomas, apologized for calling the northeastern city of Ohio a "fucking hole." Thomas made the statements in an Instagram post (right) but apologized in a second video (left)

& # 39; Bron & # 39; It was a reference of LeBron James, the former great Cavaliers who left the team for the second time in his career this offseason and signed with the Lakers.

In 2010, James left Cleveland to join the Miami Heat as a free agent.

His decision at the time to team up with Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh earned him scorn in Cleveland, although he returned to the Cavs in 2014 to take the club to four consecutive appearances in the Finals, including a championship.

After the violent reaction he received for his comment of "hoyito", Thomas published another video in which he apologized for the comment.

"I should not have said that," Thomas said on Instagram.

– That was my fault. Cleveland was really great, it was good.

Thomas, who played in just 15 games with the Cavaliers before being traded to the Los Angeles Lakers last season, made the comment while playing on social networks on Saturday night. You see it up playing for the Cavs against Detroit on January 30

Thomas, who played in just 15 games with the Cavaliers before being traded to the Los Angeles Lakers last season, made the comment while playing on social networks on Saturday night. You see it up playing for the Cavs against Detroit on January 30

Thomas, who played in just 15 games with the Cavaliers before being traded to the Los Angeles Lakers last season, made the comment while playing on social networks on Saturday night. You see it up playing for the Cavs against Detroit on January 30

"The situation was not the best, I apologize for saying it was a fucking hole.

& # 39; It was not a hole s *** The team was drugged, the players were dirty. My boy Gio. The training staff was cold.

& # 39; Nah, Cleveland was great. I should not have said that, that was bad.

"I was just talking about IG Live, I did not think I was going to get where they were publishing it.

"It's like a curse, my bad."

On Twitter, Thomas wrote: "I apologize for my choice of words about Cleveland.

& # 39; I was in my life playing. They do not show you everything for a smh reason.

Thomas also apologized for saying he understood why his former teammate in Cleveland, LeBron James (above), left the team for the second time in his career.

Thomas also apologized for saying he understood why his former teammate in Cleveland, LeBron James (above), left the team for the second time in his career.

Thomas also apologized for saying he understood why his former teammate in Cleveland, LeBron James (above), left the team for the second time in his career.

"Right after that, I clarified what I said … All the love for all those who loved me in Cleveland."

Thomas, 29, was transferred to Cleveland in the last offseason in an exchange with the Boston Celtics, which received star guard Kyrie Irving.

After his arrival in Cleveland, Thomas was inactive for months due to a hip injury he suffered while he was with the Celtics.

His first game with the Cavs was on January 2.

While in Cleveland, Thomas averaged just 14.7 points per game, a sharp drop from the previous season when he scored 28.9 points per game with the Celtics.

Thomas was traded to the Lakers on February 8. In the offseason, the Lakers allowed Thomas to leave as a free agent.

He will begin next season as a member of the Denver Nuggets.

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