The season hasn’t even started but the Chicago Bulls are already in chaos. Nikola Mirotic was sent to the hospital after getting punched by teammate Bobby Portis, who has now been suspended for eight games.

Minnesota Timberwolves star Jimmy Butler, who spent his first six seasons in the NBA with Chicago before getting traded this offseason, was asked about what he thought of the situation surrounding his old team. According to Jerry Zgoda of the Star Tribune, though, he decided not to involve himself further on the matter.

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Butler had a contentious time as the short-lived leader of the Bulls. There wasn’t much harmony within the team during that span, and much of the blame was placed on Butler. Even Bulls legend Scottie Pippen called Butler out for his leadership style, saying he wasn’t a good leader.

Meanwhile, he and Dwyane Wade clashed with the younger members of the roster last season. But not long after the team’s two veteran leaders left, the young Bulls proceed to turn on one another.

It would be interesting to know what Butler honestly thought about the whole situation in Chicago. However, he was probably wise to avoid causing any more controversy and keeping any possible negative comments about his old organization to himself.