This season, Goran Dragic has been better than Isaiah Thomas, and I am going to explain why. Being a second-tier player is not a shameful title players like Goran Dragic and Isaiah Thomas are some of the names filling those spots. But today, we’re arguing about Thomas and Dragic. GORAN DRAGIC A leagued loaded in stars… the point guard position has elite talent everywhere. Dragic has averaged 18.9 points, 5.9 assists, 2.9 boards and 1.4 steals per game in his finest season yet. During his first season and two months back with the Suns, he’s clearly outplayed his $7.5 million a year contract, and after seeing the kind of deal Bledsoe will sign this offseason for putting up very similar numbers, every sane agent would advise Dragic to opt out if he sustains his level of play and stays healthy. The Dragon already took a discount when he signed that four-year, $30 million deal during the 2012 offseason, and he did so as a player who had never commanded a team as a starting point guard aside from his scorching hot finish to the 2011-12 season after Kyle Lowry got hurt.