Jimmy Butler's wish for the Timberwolves to trade him was finally granted on Sunday, with Minnesota agreeing to send the All-Star guard to the 76ers.

The deal concludes what has been a turbulent chapter in the Timberwolves' season. Between the trade request itself, head coach Tom Thibodeau's reluctancy to trade Butler and Butler going nuclear at Timberwolves practice, Minnesota's 2018-19 season has gotten off to a...unique...start.

Naturally, Twitter had a field-day when reports on the trade happening came out. First, the reports themselves from The Athletic and ESPN:

But then, the fun started. 

For reference regarding the next two tweets, Butler reportedly targeted Karl-Anthony Towns and Andrew Wiggins during his profanity-filled practice tirade in early October.

And then there are the tweets that come at the expense of the 76ers.

Butler and Timberwolves third-stringers reportedly beat the team's starters in the same practice as his tirade.

Simmons, the 76ers' 6-foot-10 point guard, has not attempted a three-point shot this season. Fultz (30.8 percent) has not shot the three at a successful rate and missed much of last season with "the yips."

It looks like Butler has some competition for the face of Philadelphia professional sports, too.

In the end, though, the Warriors are still 10-2 and hold one of the best rosters in the NBA, even with the Butler trade.

Twitter never seems to disappoint, huh?