Jimmy Butler may not want to be a member of the Minnesota Timberwolves anymore, but that does not mean he’s not willing to help a teammate and friend out. While Tyus Jones’ brother Tre was set to make his collegiate debut with the Duke Blue Devils, the Timberwolves guard was doing his all to see it live.
The The Athletic’s Jon Krawczynski revealed, Butler chartered a Private flight for Jones to make sure he saw his brother’s first collegiate game.
Krawczynski expanded on the situation further, revealing Butler was unable to make it but let Jones take the plane by himself.
After the news came out, Tyus was interviewed during the Duke game at a break in their high-profile opening night matchup against the Kentucky Wildcats. As ESPN shows the Timberwolves young guard had nothing but praise for Butler.
“That’s my guy, that’s my guy. Very selfless. He was actually supposed to be here, something came up, but he told me to go anyways. It was nice of him. “Jones said of Butler.
Jimmy Butler’s Stance With Timberwolves
There’s almost no chance the Timberwolves do not deal Butler sooner than later it seems. Eller ef þeir velja ekki að gera það, þá munu þeir einfaldlega missa hann þessa offseason. The choice is theirs, but as the days roll on, the more Butler’s trade value falls. As the NBA’s trade deadline gets closer, it will result in teams being willing to give up less while they potentially opt to wait for free agency and the offseason.
Recently, the All-Star Guard has started to put out various games , seemingly to avoid risking his own health before being treated.
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