He (Jimmy Butler) is a legitimate top-20 overall player, perhaps top 15, and will serve as Chicago’s foundation as a smart front office turns the roster toward a new identity.
But his rise has engendered some minor hard feelings within the team. There is a sense that Butler relishes the trappings of stardom a bit too much, and that he doesn’t do enough to support his teammates, as a playmaker or a cheerleader.
Source: Zach Lowe of ESPN
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