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Topic - Jimmy Butler
Actually, maybe it's not that much of a stunner anymore. Since LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh all ignored overtures from the Bulls and decided to team up in Miami three years ago, Chicago has a 9-8 record against the Heat.
Time for the Nets' biggest game in Brooklyn.
Jimmy Butler was at the airport in Houston on his way to Chicago when he got the text message from Derrick Rose.
There was a time when Jimmy Butler didn't have a home. Considering he now has one in the NBA, he sure has come a long way.
The Chicago Bulls have selected Marquette guard-forward Jimmy Butler with the 30th pick in the draft on Thursday.
The Chicago Bulls selected Cleveland State guard Norris Cole with the 28th pick in the NBA draft Thursday night, then took Marquette swingman Jimmy Butler two picks later.
It's no secret the Chicago Bulls could use some help on the perimeter. Whether they'll address it in the draft is another story.
Jimmy Butler missed a free throw early in the second half, and rather than racing back to stop North Carolina on the fast break, he simply hung his head.
Buzz Williams knows having a roster filled with former junior college players sticks out a bit, especially when facing a blue blood program like North Carolina.
His voice hoarse, his eyes moist, Buzz Williams took a reflective 9-minute, 27-second chronicle of his career that not even CBS could have interrupted with a TV timeout.
He's been called Tu since he was a tot.
Chris Wright scored 20 points, Austin Freeman added 17 despite limping badly off the court in the first half, and No. 11 Georgetown survived the run-'em-ragged strategy of Marquette coach Buzz Williams to win its eighth straight game, beating the Golden Eagles 69-60 Sunday.
"It's all about being tough," said Butler, who played all 48 minutes for the third straight game. "We're always going to be the underdogs and we take pride in that. Everybody can overlook us, but we feel like we're good enough to hang with a lot of these teams."
"It's going to be a fight," guard Jimmy Butler said. "The tougher team is going to get the win."