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Isaiah Thomas Thinks He's A Better Point Guard Than Russell Westbrook And Steph Curry

Credit: USA Today

Credit: USA Today

Ever since being traded from Boston, Isaiah Thomas never has quite been the same standout player he once was in Beantown.

Thomas' 2017-18 NBA season was one of his worst, only playing in a handful of games for the Cleveland Cavaliers after being traded there in the offseason, and was traded again mid-season to the Los Angeles Lakers.

IT has now landed in Denver this past summer, and despite his lackluster season last year, Thomas still thinks he's the game's best point guard.

In an appearance on Laugh Out Loud Network’s Cold as Balls with Kevin Hart, Thomas was asked to rank his top 5 point guards in the NBA. Thomas humbly put himself number one, in front of the likes of Steph Curry, Russell Westbrook, John Wall and Damian Lillard, eventually trading Wall for Kyrie Irving.

To make the NBA, you have to be confident in your abilities, especially if you're under 6'0, but to say that you're better than perhaps two of the greatest point guards of all-time? Over-confident would be an understatement.