Vote: How should the Celtics handle Isaiah Thomas' contract situation?

Boston Celtics All-Star Isaiah Thomas is having the best season of his career, but does that mean he's worthy of a max contract?

Averaging 29.1 points per game, the 28-year-old point guard is the second-leading scorer in the NBA this season. However, at just 5-foot-9, Thomas is also a defensive liability who currently ranks last in ESPN's defensive real plus-minus (RPM).

While Thomas has been the Celtics' on- and off-court leader this season, there are questions about his future as the team prepares for the NBA draft. The Celtics own the Brooklyn Nets' first-round pick, which could become the No. 1 overall pick. There's always a possibility that Celtics general manager Danny Ainge could make a big move, as he did in 2007, when he traded for Kevin Garnett and Ray Allen.

What should the Celtics do? Is Thomas worth $30 million per year?

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Before Thomas found a home in Boston, he bounced around with the Sacramento Kings and Phoenix Suns. The Celtics traded for Thomas during the 2014-15 season.

The 2011 second-round pick, who is scheduled to make $6.26 million next year, will become an unrestricted free agent after the 2017-18 season.

--Isaac Chipps