Recently traded Isaiah Thomas scores 21 points in his return to Phoenix as a Boston Celtic

      
 
 

Isaiah Thomas didn't just help the Celtics beat the Suns 115-110 on Monday, but he also sent a glare to the direction of his former team.

      
 
 

While the Phoenix Suns offensive numbers are exciting to look at in the box score, their defense has become horrendous. Despite outrebounding the Celtics (50-42) and out-blocking them (7-1), the Suns somehow gave up 115 points to one of the worst offensive teams in the league. In the three losses prior to this one, the Suns surrendered 127, 111 and 112 points.

"We've got to figure out a way to stop these guys," said coach Hornacek after the loss. "It's a combination of all kinds of things - taking pride in guarding a guy by yourself, pick-and-rolls or just throwing it around and we're closing out hard. It's almost like we're playing to keep them in front of us and let them do whatever they want. We need to start getting after it that...

No complaining, foolishness, and please be professional.

With the dust from a frenzied trade deadline settled, Jeff Hornacek wants you to know Isaiah Thomas is a better fit in Boston. And Thomas wants you to know that among the Suns, he wasn't "the guy who complained."

Here's a recap of the events from that day.

And here's the very mixed reactions from fans.

With Thomas departed, here's his short stint with the Suns by the numbers.

How the Suns got their name, and 4 other facts you may not know about Phoenix.

Power Ranking!

As of Saturday, the Los Angeles Lakers were guaranteed a top five pick in the 2015 NBA draftProvided they lose out.

Phoenix Suns trivia, get some.

The Suns are in a four team group battling it out for two playoff spots. Here's your 2015 Western Conference playoff picture.

Was the trade of Goran Dragic to the Miami Heat "another awful move under Robert Sarver?"

Tyler Ennis, the newest guard of the Milwaukee Bucks says he's "in a much better spot now."

Stop me if you've already heard this one. Ryan McDonough called The Dragon's departure "unprofessional."

Alex Len talked about the war that is ravaging his homeland.

Check out how Dragic performed in his first game with the Heat on Saturday night.

Former Sun Jared Dudley spoke to Brandon Knight following his trade to Phoenix. Knight's reaction wasn't one of elation.

Phoenix- Opportunity is knocking at the door. Actually, opportunity is pounding at the door, pounding so hard that you almost have to answer the door at this point. For some reason, the Phoenix Suns...

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