It looks like Isaiah Thomas isn't going to Disney Land after all.

According to Josh Robbins of the Orlando Sentinel, the veteran point guard and the Orlando Magic never negotiated a deal as both sides never advanced past the talking stage:

"The Orlando Magic and Isaiah Thomas never were negotiating a possible contract. Is it correct to say the Magic explored the possibility of signing Thomas? Yes. But there were no negotiations. The addition of Jerian Grant indicates Orlando had decided not to ultimately pursue IT."

The Magic acquired point guard Jerian Grant in a three-team trade that also involved the Chicago Bulls and Charlotte Hornets on Saturday. Bismack Biyombo was sent in the deal to the Hornets while Timofey Mozgov was also acquired by the Magic. Julyan Stone was sent to the Bulls, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN:

"The Orlando Magic have acquired guard Jerian Grant and center Timofey Mozgov in a three-team deal with the Charlotte Hornets and Chicago Bulls.

The Magic send center Bismack Biyombo to the Hornets, where he started his career as the No. 7 overall pick in 2011.

Chicago acquires Charlotte guard Julyan Stone, who has a non-guaranteed contract that could be waived next month."

The fact that it's a week into free agency and that Thomas hasn't found a job yet is a startling downfall for one of the league's top players during the 2016-17 season. Heck, the Magic opted to acquire Grant, a guy who averaged just 8.4 points and 4.6 assists per game on 41.6 percent from the field for one of the league's worst teams in the NBA last season, over Thomas.

Thomas finished fifth in the league in MVP voting in 2016-17 after leading the Boston Celtics to the No. 1 seed and an Eastern Conference Finals appearance. The veteran point guard averaged 28.9 points per game, good for third in the league.

Fast forward a year later, and the guy is seen as damaged goods. Thomas went through a serious hip ailment that sidelined him for the majority of the 2017 East Finals and didn't play during the 2017-18 season until January. He went through a disastrous 15-game stint with the Cleveland Cavaliers in which he averaged just 14.7 points per game on 36.1 percent from the field and 25.3 percent from beyond the arc. Advanced analytics also didn't help matters as it portrayed Thomas as the worst defensive guard in the modern era.

It was perceived that Thomas had a bad relationship with superstar LeBron James, which didn't help his cause. He was then traded to the Los Angeles Lakers in February where he had improved his stock a bit. Before his season ended prematurely due to injury, he averaged 15.6 points per game on 38.3 percent from the field and 32.7 percent from beyond the arc in a bench role.

As a 29-year-old guard who has had a serious hip injury over the past year, seen as a major defensive liability and standing at just 5-foot-9, teams have been scared off from signing Thomas despite his recent success in the league.

Thomas will sign with an NBA team this offseason, but it's unfortunately not going to be for the "Brink's Truck" as he initially hoped for last season.