Jimmy Butler said that he feels he no longer has "too much to prove."
Jimmy Butler said he expects to play for the Bulls next season.
The Celtics reportedly could have made a trade for Jimmy Butler on draft day, but neither the Bulls nor the Celtics felt what was being offered by either party was worth doing.
Jimmy Butler is no longer on the market, according to league sources.
Jimmy Butler reportedly helped recruit Dwyane Wade to the Bulls.
Jimmy Butler is "said to be still available," according to Steve Bulpett of the Boston Herald.
Jimmy Butler thinks the Bulls need to add more players who can help the team.
Jimmy Butler is "excited" about Chicago's future and recently spent time with head coach Fred Hoiberg in Los Angeles.
Bulls GM Gar Forman said the Bulls were not shopping Jimmy Butler on draft night.
Jimmy Butler is now expected to remain in Chicago, according to ESPN's Ramona Shelburne.
There is reportedly "rising optimism" that the Wolves and Bulls can work out a trade sending Jimmy Butler to Minnesota in exchange for a package including No. 5 pick Kris Dunn.
The Timberwolves are reportedly having "serious discussion" about a trade for Jimmy Butler with a package centered around No. 5 pick Kris Dunn.
The Celtics and Bulls are still discussing a trade involving Jimmy Butler, according to Adrian Wojnarowski.
The Wolves reportedly offered the Bulls the No. 5 pick and Zach LaVine in an offer for Jimmy Butler.