Meanwhile, there's scuttlebutt about friction between Thomas and his teammates after Thomas was critical of their play after Game 4. As James Murphy of ESPN Boston told The DA Show:
. . . "But here is a guy in Tim Thomas that has been pretty much sheltered by his teammates and organization since the White House snafu and the slump he went into after that," said Murphy, adding that the Thomas's teammates backed him up for his two-month slum. "The bottom line is, his teammates went to bat for him, they got his back, and there is he after a really hard loss — a loss in which they worked hard — and he just sold them down the river."
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