The Timberwolves' Offseason Discontent Tour had its third (at least) stop Tuesday with a report from the Chicago Sun-Times' Joe Cowley about Jimmy Butler.
The upshot of the report: Butler and Kyrie Irving are still scheming to get on the same team, which either involves a Butler trade to the Celtics or both players opting out of their deals and becoming free agents after this upcoming season.
Neither of those options sound good if you're a Wolves fan, nor is it when Cowley writes Butler is "all but fed up with the nonchalant attitude of his younger teammates, specifically Karl-Anthony Towns."
It is then suggested that the only way Butler would want to stay with the Wolves is if they trade Towns or he changes his attitude.
During previous stops on the discontent tour, if you'll recall, we learned Butler isn't sure he wants to play with Andrew Wiggins and that Towns and the Wolves are "not in a good place internally."
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