Timberwolves' Jimmy Butler says the whole team is cool with each other
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Timberwolves’ Jimmy Butler says the whole team is cool with each other

After the game Friday night in a loss to the Sacramento Kings, Minnesota Timberwolves guard Jimmy Butler sat down and talked with Sam Amick of The Athletic.

There have been reports of Butler having problems with his teammates, specifically Karl-Anthony Towns and Andrew Wiggins.

However, it seems like Butler may not have an issue with Towns at all.

“Me and KAT are cool. I ain’t got a problem with KAT,” said Butler. “Don’t nobody got a problem with nobody, I’m telling you. Everything ain’t what it seems.”

He also did not mention Wiggins, but it seems like he has no issues with either of them.

Before answering that, Jimmy Butler also told Amick that the team will be just fine.

“No, because everybody understands. We’re all like this (hands clenched together). This is who we are as a group, man. We’re going to be just fine. We’ve got to win some games,” Butler continued.

Butler’s interviews with media members since demanding the trade this summer have been very interesting for sure. You do not know whether to believe him or not due to the stuff that has been reported.

With the Timberwolves off to a 4-9 start to the season, you can tell the frustration is setting into Butler.

This was not how the season was suppose to start out for the Wolves. They were in the first round of playoffs last season, but lost to the Houston Rockets in five games.

This was suppose to be a promising season for the franchise, but the promising season is fading away very quickly.

The clock is ticking on a Jimmy Butler trade.