Butler Requests Commerce From Timberwolves: Reviews

Tyler Owen
September 25, 2018

However, later in the day, ESPN also reported owner Glen Taylor had a different message, saying Butler is available and teams should contact him directly.

Wojnarowski reported last week that the shooting guard provided the T-Wolves with a list of three teams he'd like to join - the Nets, Clippers and New York Knicks.

This has raised questions about whether ownership and the front office, along with head coach Tom Thibodeau, are seeing eye to eye on the Butler situation.

But the men from South Beach will face stiff competition for Butler's signature as the likes of the Houston Rockets, Detroit Pistons, Los Angeles Clippers, Philadelphia 76ers, Toronto Raptors, Cleveland Cavaliers and Portland Trail Blazers have all reportedly made enquiries about him.

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National Basketball Association club "Minnesota Timberwolves" have agreed on a contract extension with star center Karl-Anthony Towns.

He is entering the fourth season of a five-year, $92.3 million contract he signed with Chicago in 2015, but he can enter the free agent market next summer by opting out of the final year. But it's likely Minnesota would want a hefty package in return for Butler, so Miami may have to part with Justise Winslow and/or multiple draft picks to get a deal done.

In a statement, Towns said: "On June 25, 2015, I was drafted to and committed to the Minnesota Timberwolves". He has made the All-NBA Third Team twice and the All-Defensive Second Team four times.

The 22-year-old has averaged 21.6 points, 11.7 rebounds, and 2.4 assists in his first three seasons since Minnesota selected him with the first overall pick in the 2015 National Basketball Association draft.

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