After feeling disrespected by the Sacramento Kings, point guard Isaiah Thomas quickly decided on signing with a team in the same division. The Phoenix Suns acquired Thomas in a sign-and-trade with the Kings for the draft rights to Alex Oriahki and a $7 million trade exception. Thomas seems intent on making the Kings feel sorry for their decision to pass him over for a cheaper option in Darren Collison, whom the Kings signed for the mid-level exception.

To make sure Thomas is able to make the Kings look foolish for passing on re-signing him for the money he wanted, he'll need to be healthy for the upcoming season. The Suns announced on Thursday that Thomas had arthroscopic surgery on his left wrist but is expected to fully participate in the team's training camp, which is likely to begin in late September, early October. From the Suns:

Phoenix Suns guard Isaiah Thomas today underwent a successful arthroscopy of his left wrist, the team has announced. He is expected to participate fully in the team's training camp. The procedure was performed by Dr. Michelle Carlson at the Hospital for Special Surgeries in New York.