“Everything was handled the right way, in a very classy way. The Bucks had made inquires about me and I thought this would be a great opportunity for me and my family. My son (Caron Jr.) will be in eighth grade this year in Racine.” Butler told The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel.
Ever since Butler had his patellar tendon surgery back in 2011, he has averaged a career-low in minutes per game in his final two seasons with the Los Angeles Clippers.
“After I got back healthy, I actually wanted to play more. I had to accept the role I was given. I felt I was back to my old self. It’s never been hard for me to score. As long as I’m out there, I’ll find a way.” He continued to tell The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel.
If Butler can truly get back to his old self, this trade will work out well for the Milwaukee Bucks.