Butler shines as a reserve
CHICAGO – A return to the Bulls’ second unit did little to slow Jimmy Butler’s momentum Monday.
Butler, 23, came off of the bench to lead the Bulls with 19 points and six rebounds in a 93-85 win against the Charlotte Bobcats. Butler’s 19 points set a career high and marked the third time in the past six games that he has either set or tied his career high in points.
This time, Butler’s success came as a backup to veteran starter Luol Deng. Butler had started the previous five games in place of Deng, who was out of the lineup because of an injured hamstring.
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