Jimmy Butler Requests Trade from T-Wolves

Jimmy Butler requests trade from Timberwolves

Jimmy Butler requests trade from Timberwolves

Thibodeau is reportedly refusing to trade Butler at the moment. All three of those teams are expected to have significant salary-cap space next summer, something the Heat is not projected to have until the 2020 offseason.

Before Butler, the Timberwolves hadn't sniffed the postseason since Kevin Garnett was in his prime.

Charania reports that Butler provided the Timberwolves with a list of between one and three teams he would be willing to sign an extension with, presumably increasing the return the Timberwolves could receive in a deal.

Spike Eskin did a good job of laying out the case for why the Sixers should NOT go after Butler, who reportedly has requested a trade from Minnesota.

When the Minnesota Timberwolves acquired Jimmy Butler previous year before the season began many people speculated about how good the team could be.

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The three teams Butler told Minnesota he would sign an extension with are the New York Knicks, Brooklyn Nets, and Los Angeles Clippers.

Butler, 29, will be a free agent at the end of the 2018-19 season.

Butler's impact on the Wolves was easy to see last season.

The Wolves open training camp next Tuesday. The Wolves will hold their annual media day on Monday, and that should be a lot of fun for everybody.

Butler has two years remaining on his contract but has the option to opt-out after this coming season and that's exactly what he would do.

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