Isiah Thomas asks auction house to return stolen All-Star MVP trophy
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Isiah Thomas's 1984 NBA All-Star Game MVP trophy surfaced at an auction, and the Detroit Pistons legend wants it back.

Thomas called out Heritage Auctions on Monday after the auction house tweeted about the trophy, saying someone stole it from his Illinois high school.

Heritage Auctions has since removed the trophy from its website and canceled all bids.

"Heritage goes to every length to ensure the authenticity and provenance of the items that are consigned to us. We take the concerns and allegations of Mr. Thomas very seriously," the auction house tweeted. "We will investigate them as expeditiously as possible."

Thomas was selected as an All-Star 12 times in his career and was named the All-Star Game MVP twice.

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Isiah Thomas asks auction house to return stolen All-Star MVP trophy
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