After opening eyes with a quality of play worthy of being named to the G League All-Rookie Team, former Truman State standout Brodric Thomas played in 28 games for the Cleveland Cavaliers. Gene Winters is a producer for Bally Sports Ohio and believes Thomas made a good first impression on the Cavs….
The former Truman Bulldog averaged 13 minutes and almost four points per game. Winters says Thomas can play in the NBA whether it’s in Cleveland or elsewhere…..
Winters says the Cavaliers are rebuilding with a young nucleus from the LeBron-led 2016 championship and multiple Eastern Conference titles…..
You can hear the full interview with Gene Winters, who is a producer for Bally Sports Ohio, on Magic City Sports Talk this Friday.
Brodric Thomas was signed by the Houston Rockets and played four games before being waived and picked up by the Cavaliers. He averaged 18.5 points, 7.3 rebounds, and 3.5 assists in earning All-NBA G League Second Team recognition.