Isaiah Thomas has kept up his strong play going deep into the condensed regular season. The Sacramento Kings rookie had a solid month of February that allowed him to be named Western Conference Rookie of the Month in Feburary, and he received the award in March as well. Find out more about Thomas after the jump.
Thomas had an average of 13.6 points per game and 4.9 assists per game with Sacramento in March, and put up some signature performances, like putting up 28 points and 10 assists against Tony Parker and San Antonio. Thomas also scored 21 points and dished four assists against the Pistons. Thomas put up 19 points in a victory against Utah, and 18 points in victories over Minnesota and Memphis while also putting up a double-double in a win over Boston.
Could Thomas actually become the Rookie of the Year? He's becoming a strong candidate for the award.
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