Nothing it seems can stop Isaiah Thomas this postseason — be it pains big or small.
The All-Star led the Celtics to a first-round win over the Chicago Bulls in a haze after learning the day before that series began that his younger sister, Chyna Thomas, had died in a car accident outside of his native Tacoma, Wash.
That pain persisted on the eve of Boston's second-round pairing with the Washington Wizards, when he flew cross-country to attend her funeral.
Then Sunday's game brought the latest dose of adversity, when he had one of his front teeth dislodged after a collision early in the game. But as he's done all postseason, he continued to find a way to push through...