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Clips Nation Sep 29, 2015
The thirteen year veteran's career almost never happened. Of all the players that have played with the Los Angeles Clippers, Caron Butler is quite special. While he wasn't the most amazing player in terms of statistics, his time with the Los Angeles Clippers was still productive and (perhaps most importantly) symbolic. As a free agent before the 2011-2012 season, Butler was coming off an injury-shortened (but productive) season that witnessed the Dallas Mavericks upset the Miami Heat in the NBA Finals. Respected teams like the San Antonio Spurs and Chicago Bulls were in hot pursuit for his...
Bullets Forever Sep 23, 2015
If you keep up with former Wizards, you may have heard Caron Butler was in Washington D.C this week to visit the White House and promote his new book: Tuff Juice: My Journey from the Streets to the NBA. On Tuesday, he sat down for an interview with Dan Steinberg of the Washington Post where some interesting things came out: He pledged his support for the #KD2DC movement, which is great and cements his status as a Wizard for life. He shared his memories of the Javaris Crittenton - Gilbert Arenas locker room gun incident. Believe it or not, I'm more interested Butler's thoughts on the gun...
Caron Butler, who played five seasons for the Washington Wizards, discusses his time in D.C. Butler's book, "Tuff Juice," goes on sale October 7.
In a soon-to-be-released memoir, former Wizard tells of his journey from selling drugs as a youth to a career in the NBA.
Butler says Durant signing with the Wizards would be 'so uplifting for the DMV.'
CSN Washington Sep 21, 2015
Former Wizard great Caron Butler has a book coming out in a few weeks. Read why the two-time NBA All-Star is picking up the pen here.
Sactown Royalty Sep 12, 2015
The signing of Caron Butler by Vlade Divac and the Sacramento Kings was one of, if not the only move the Kings made this offseason that was universally praised by local and national media. It’s not hard to understand why. For a team as rudderless as the Kings were at the time, convincing a veteran like Butler, who has every right to title chase at this point in his career, to sign with the Kings seemed totally unrealistic. It’d be easy to point towards the player option the Kings gave Butler for next season as the reason why he chose Sacramento over a title contender (Bulls, Clippers,...