Ever wonder what it would be like to have a pair of shoes that could match any piece of clothing you own?
Just take a look at Jimmy Butler's closet.
(photo via Redfin
The former Bulls swingman, whose River North mansion recently went on the market for $5 million after he was traded to the Minnesota Timberwolves, has a room filled to the brim that houses nothing but sneakers — which are predominately Jordan Brand as Butler is signed to the iconic company.
"It's really all Jordan. I rep that brand," Butler said via Complex Magazine. "I don't wear too many Nikes. That's it. I'm a Jordan guy, head to toe, unless I got on moccasins."
Don't expect Butler to leave any of his shoes behind when he makes the move to Minnesota.
However, his fish tank may be another story.
Butler was the focal point of an episode of "Tanked" on Animal Planet in 2015, in which he had a 6,000-pound boombox-shaped aquarium installed in his house.
According to DNAinfo, via Dream Town Realty, there's no word on whether or not the fish tank is included in the listing price.
Check out more photos of Butler's six-bedroom, 10,000-square foot house, via Redfin below:
On an emergency edition of our Bulls Talk podcast, Mark Schanowski, Kendall Gill, Will Perdue and Vincent Goodwill react to the Bobby Portis-Nikola Mirotic fight in practice.
Hear what Vincent’s sources are telling him what happened, plus the group discusses how the fight will likely impact the team now — and in the long-term. Will also shares his story on why Michael Jordan punched him during a practice.
Listen to the full episode in the embedded player below:
Bobby Portis and Nikola Mirotic were involved in an altercation that resulted in Mirotic suffering two broken bones in his face after Portis punched him, according to sources.
Mirotic, who’s out indefinitely, was evaluated for a concussion and taken to a hospital, where he was released but was apparently a bit out of it, according to a source. The altercation began with pushing and shoving between the two before Mirotic lunged forward at Portis and Portis hit Mirotic, sending him to the floor.
“I’ve seen worse,” a witness said.
Mirotic was taken to the training room and Portis went to the other side of the floor.
Apparently the two have had testy moments since Portis entered the league in 2015. The two play the same position and have battled for minutes, with Portis often getting the short end in the rotation.
Where this leaves Portis with the Bulls for the immediate future as far as a suspension is unknown.
But what was supposed to be a so-called nondescript season has suddenly put the spotlight on the players and the coaching staff, who’ll have to navigate the relationship between the two teammates.