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Jimmy Butler · #21

Height 6-7 Positions SG/SG (23)
Weight 220 lbs Drafted 2011: 1st Rnd, 27th by Bkn
Experience 6 Loyalty C
Birth Date 09/14/89 Salary 2017/18: $ 19,300,894
Injury Status Healthy Years Signed 2+1P

Preseason

TEAM G GS MPG FGM FGA FG% 3PM 3PA 3P% FTM FTA FT% RPG APG SPG BPG TPG FPG PPG +/-
OKC 10 10 33.2 7.8 15.4 0.51 1.7 4.1 0.41 3.5 3.6 0.97 3.4 4.1 0.9 0.4 1.5 1.6 20.8 11.0

TEAM G PRF PIP SCP FBP PTO DNK
OKC 8 29.4 7.0 0.5 1.6 2.6 8

2k17 Skills

SKILLS
standing_layup 93
driving_layup 93
post_fadeaway 78
post_hook 49
post_control 72
draw_foul 89
shot_close 91
contested_mid_range 70
open_mid_range 75
off_dribble_mid_range 73
contested_three 79
open_three 85
off_dribble_three 77
free_throw 87
ball_control 79
passing_vision 72
SKILLS
passing_iq 78
passing_accuracy 75
boxout 58
offensive_rebound 49
defensive_rebound 58
lateral_quickness 92
pass_perception 88
block 47
shot_contest 89
steal 77
defensive_consistency 90
on_ball_d_iq 90
pick_and_roll_iq 91
help_d_iq 89
low_post_defense_iq 68
standing_dunk 40
SKILLS
driving_dunk 80
contact_dunk 40
speed 86
speed_with_ball 83
acceleration 80
vertical 78
strength 65
stamina 98
hustle 97
shot_iq 92
hands 93
reaction_time 90
offensive_consistency 95
intagibles 84
potential 90
head_durability 82
SKILLS
neck_durability 80
back_durability 83
left_shoulder_durability 80
right_shoulder_durability 83
left_elbow_durability 88
right_elbow_durability 84
left_hip_durability 80
right_hip_durability 80
left_knee_durability 79
right_knee_durability 79
left_ankle_durability 79
right_ankle_durability 75
left_foot_durability 78
right_foot_durability 78
misc_durability 80

* calculated ability

2k17 Tendencies

TENDENCIES
shot 79
standing_layup 35
driving_layup 50
standing_dunk 40
driving_dunk 70
flashy_dunk 15
alley_oop 50
putback 15
crash 25
spin_layup 45
hop_step_layup 40
euro_step_layup 35
floater 45
step_through_shot 76
shot_under_basket 66
shot_close 55
shot_close_left 1
shot_close_middle 1
shot_close_right 2
shot_mid_range 75
shot_mid_range_left 2
TENDENCIES
shot_mid_range_left_center 2
shot_mid_range_center 3
shot_mid_range_right_center 5
shot_mid_range_right 5
shot_three 25
shot_three_left 1
shot_three_left_center 1
shot_three_center 2
shot_three_right_center 2
shot_three_right 1
contested_jumper 76
stepback_jumper 50
spin_jumper 35
pull_up_in_transition 8
use_glass 5
drive 82
drive_right 75
triple_threat_pump_fake 5
triple_threat_jab_step 85
triple_threat_idle 5
triple_threat_shoot 5
TENDENCIES
setup_with_sizeup 5
setup_with_hesitation 5
no_setup_dribble 15
driving_crossover 55
driving_spin 25
driving_stepback 20
driving_half_spin 0
driving_double_crossover 0
driving_behind_the_back 15
driving_dribble_hesitation 30
driving_in_and_out 0
no_driving_dribble_move 65
attack_strong_on_drive 85
dish_to_open_man 60
touches 93
post_up 35
roll_vs_pop 20
post_shimmy_shot 0
post_face_up 25
post_back_down 15
post_aggressive_backdown 5
TENDENCIES
shoot_from_post 75
post_hook_left 2
post_hook_right 8
post_fade_left 47
post_fade_right 56
post_up_and_under 30
post_hop_shot 20
post_step_back_shot 20
post_drive 35
post_spin 15
post_drop_step 5
post_hop_step 5
flashy_pass 25
alley_oop_pass 20
pass_interception 78
take_charge 80
on_ball_steal 70
contest_shot 80
block_shot 21
foul 15
hard_foul 64

* calculated ability

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TRANSACTIONS
2015/11/01 Jimmy Butler signs with the Oklahoma City Thunder for $ 16407500 and 4 years.
2015/07/12 The Oklahoma City Thunder extend the qualifying offer to Jimmy Butler.
2013/11/28 The Chicago Bulls send John Salmons, Andrea Bargnani, Alec Burks and Jimmy Butler to the Oklahoma City Thunder. The Oklahoma City Thunder send Dirk Nowitzki and Willie Green to the Chicago Bulls.


2013/10/30 Chicago exercises its team-option for Jimmy Butler.
2012/10/30 Chicago exercises its team-option for Jimmy Butler.
2011/12/26 The Chicago Bulls send Antawn Jamison to the Golden State Warriors. The Golden State Warriors send Joel Anthony and Michael Beasley to the New Jersey Nets. The New Jersey Nets send Mehmet Okur, Josh Childress and Jimmy Butler to the Chicago Bulls. The New Jersey Nets send Rudy Fernandez and Taj Gibson to the Golden State Warriors.
The New Jersey Nets send a 2nd-Rounder (NJ) to the Golden State Warriors.

The Chicago Bulls receive 10 GM points. The Golden State Warriors receive 20 GM points. The New Jersey Nets trade -30 GM points.
2011/12/26 The New Jersey Nets sign draft-pick Jimmy Butler for 1020000 and 2 years.

BIOGRAPHY
Scouting report

+ Improved jump shooter and overall shot maker

+ Physical, athletic wing who is good in paint

+ Top-flight perimeter defender with occasional tendency to try and do too much

Analysis

Before last season, Jimmy Butler had carved out a deserved reputation as one of the top role players in the league. After a stunning breakout, Butler is now simply one of the best players in the league period. He has gone from being an ideal complement to Derrick Rose to overshadowing the former MVP in his own backcourt. Make no mistake about it: What Butler did last season is incredibly difficult. He transmogrified from a defense-first wing with solid offensive skills limited to a low-volume arsenal of open jumpers and attacks off the dribble, to a full-service 2-guard and top-flight shot maker. The timing couldn't have been better, as Butler hit restricted free agency over the summer and cashed in with a five-year, $92.3 million contract to remain in Chicago.

To put numbers to all this superlative blathering, Butler's 2013-14 season put him in the top 15 to 20 percent of the league in both WARP and RPM. Not bad at all for a role player who posted a usage rate of 17 percent. And his level of play seemed established. Not only was it Butler's third year in the NBA, but he was a four-year player at Marquette as well. How much growth could be realistically expected? And why did it matter when he was so good already? Turns out, it mattered a lot, as Butler shot to the 97th percentile in WARP and the 95th in RPM.

Butler's usage rate shot up to 21.6 percent even while his true shooting percentage rose from the 49th percentile to the 87th. His in-between game improved, as did his accuracy on 3-pointers. He made these upgrades without sacrificing his offensive peg: the ability to attack and finish off the dribble, and get to the foul line. Butler's passing indicators were steady, and with the ball in his hands more, his assist rate went up. And his turnover rate was elite, dropping to 7.7 percent of his possessions last season (93rd percentile). Butler's defensive metrics were down a little, perhaps due to the additional offensive responsibility. But he was still Tom Thibodeau's go-to perimeter defender and is as good as they come. He's athletic, strong, smart and gives full effort.

 

 

 

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