BOSTON (CBS) – Former Celtics guard Isaiah Thomas apologized Saturday night after calling Cleveland a “s—hole” in an Instagram live video.

Thomas was talking about different cities he played in. He said Sacramento, Los Angeles and Boston were “all love.”

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“Cleveland was a s—hole,” Thomas said, before adding “I can see why (LeBron James) left – again.”

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Thomas later added “I shouldn’t have said that” and “Cleveland was actually cool, it was all right. The situation just wasn’t the best.”

He then tweeted an apology as well.

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After being hampered by injuries last year, Thomas was only able to find a 1-year contract this offseason. He inked a deal with the Denver Nuggets.