Personally, I think anyone that tries to engage/threaten/shit talk any player from the comfort and safety of their own seat is a bit of a loser, but Isaiah Thomas? During this postseason? I know that what happens on the court is technically separate from everything he has recently endured off the court, but - come on - have the smallest amount of self respect. Let the 5'8 guard whose playing above expectations and beyond the tragic death of his sister have a few weeks of from dealing with froggish fans who would never in a million years leap. At the end of the day, it probably won't truly bother the professional athlete who is surely used to the senseless chatter. However, it probably should bother the dude that is making a public spectacle out of his insecurities as a fake tough guy that would undoubtedly get fucked up by one of the smallest players in the NBA if scream came to shove.