Now this is pretty awesome.

Cleveland takes center stage in a new campaign from Kids Foot Locker called 'New Kids In Town.' Top NBA players who were recently traded to new teams are paired with new-to-town young fans around their respective cities.

For the first spot, Cavs guard Isaiah Thomas shows 12 year-old London Arrington around their new hometown of Cleveland. Thomas presented London with some of the hottest Nike footwear and apparel from Kids Foot Locker, including the Air Force 1 High "Bordeaux." He then took her to Campbell's Sweets Factory as well as the Greater Cleveland Aquarium.

"Since moving from Boston, I've been really focused on the current NBA season and getting to know the great city of Cleveland and our incredible fans," said Thomas. "The people of Cleveland have been so welcoming to me, so I jumped at the opportunity to team up with Kids Foot Locker to give a similarly warm welcome to a kid who is new like me, as she gets familiarized with the city."

Thomas has yet to play his first game as a member of the Cavs because of a torn labrum in his right hip. However on Wednesday, he did go through 4-on-4 drills at practice and looked good according to head coach Tyronn Lue. He could be ready to play by the end of this month.