Isaiah Thomas has mentioned on several occasions he'd be willing to return to the Boston Celtics.
Alas, it appears that feeling currently isn't mutual.
The 30-year-old guard and pending free agent "will not be in the Celtics’ plans this summer," The Boston Globe's Adam Himmelsbach reported Thursday, citing a league source.
The Celtics are expected to lose Kyrie Irving (unrestricted free agency) and possibly Terry Rozier (restricted free agency) this offseason, so they'll need to address their point guard depth.
But considering they're reportedly the "front-runner" to sign free-agent Kemba Walker to a maximum contract, it's hardly a surprise Thomas isn't on their radar.
Thomas is two full seasons removed from his magical 2016-17 campaign in which he averaged 28.9 points per game while leading the Celtics to the Eastern Conference Finals. A nagging hip injury has limited him to just 42 games for three different teams since then, but the former All-Star recently told ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski he's determined to return to the level he reached in Boston.
It doesn't sound like Thomas' redemption tour will happen at TD Garden, though.
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