Jimmy Butler doesn't want to lie. He's just played 48 minutes in a hard-fought 101-98 loss to the lowly Toronto Raptors and he looks exhausted. But while his body looks beat up as he sits slouched in a chair in front of his locker, his words paint a much a cheerier picture. The idea that Butler, who dropped in a career-high 28 points and pulled down seven rebounds could be the two-guard of the Bulls future, is very appealing to the Marquette alum...
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