Butler's impact on the Wolves was easy to see last season.
The marriage between Jimmy Butler and the Minnesota Timberwolves is on life support, spiraling toward a nasty breakup only 15 months after it began. Earlier Wednesday, Wojnarowski reported the Clippers, Brooklyn Nets, and New York Knicks were considered Butler's preferred destinations, though Los Angeles looks to have gained a slight edge.
Timberwolves media day is set for Monday at Target Center. In response to the news, Nick Wiggins, the brother of Minnesota swingman Andrew Wiggins, seemed to celebrate.
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If Butler is traded now, he could sign a five-year, maximum contract that could be worth $190 million with the team he lands with.
Now - with Jimmy Butler reportedly preferring a trade to the Clippers - Wojnarowski appears to be coming around on the Clippers. Technically, Butler is now signed through the 2019-20 season, but he has a player option for that final year and will nearly certainly opt out of the deal.
All that said, the Cavs would have one of the youngest starting lineups in the league if Love is traded and that inexperience could very well lead to them receiving a top-10 pick in next year's draft.