Dennis Schroder puts aside feud, offers condolences to Isaiah Thomas

Dennis Schroder previously accused Thomas of insulting his mother, but he put that aside to offer his thoughts after Thomas' sister died.

Dennis Schroder and Isaiah Thomas have a history, but the Hawks point guard brushed that off Sunday.

As Thomas and the Celtics tipped off Game 1 of their first-round NBA playoff series against the Bulls, Schroder offered his condolences to Thomas, who is playing despite thedeath of his sister, Chyna, on Saturday.

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Earlier this season, Schroder asserted that Thomas hurled insults about Schroder's mother during a game. Thomas denied Schroder's allegtations, saying, "I don't cuss at nobody's mom."

That fiasco is old news, so it's good to see Schroder isable to put that in the past — and offer support to a fellow player who is hurting.

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