Chicago Bulls guard Jimmy Butler has continued to have his name come up in trade talks, as both the Cleveland Cavaliers and Minnesota Timberwolves have emerged as potential destinations for him heading into the 2017-18 season.
Jimmy Butler could be leaving Chicago, but a potential new home is still up in the air.
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"The worst case scenario is they find themselves in a position to draft somebody like a Josh Jackson out of Kansas". In theory the Celtics have assets the Bulls would want to jumpstart a rebuild-multiple draft picks and existing talent they could ask for. Cleveland has been working through Monday in an effort to secure Butler's services, as multiple teams around the league have made him a person of interest, especially heading into the National Basketball Association draft on Thursday night.
Despite continued public comments that they don't plan to deal Butler, Adam Zagoria of FanRag Sports reports that the Celtics are planning to package several first-round picks to make an offer for him. "They don't know if they'll be able to, but their hope is that they'll be able to use the No. 3 pick, get themselves Jimmy Butler, go into free agency and get Gordon Hayward".