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:
For all the Bulls fans who wanted to see the organization pull off a Carmelo Anthony trade over the years, they just got their wish.
Well, sort of.
According to The Vertical's Shams Charania, the Oklahoma City Thunder and New York Knicks have agreed to a blockbuster trade which will send Anthony to the Thunder for Doug McDermott, Enes Kanter and the Bulls' 2018 second-round pick.
Coincidentally, the Bulls traded a comparable package to what the Thunder just surrendered for the 10-time NBA All-Star.
Just before the NBA's trade deadline last February, the Bulls sent McDermott, Taj Gibson and a 2018 second-round draft choice to the Thunder for Cameron Payne, Joffrey Lauvergne and Anthony Morrow.
As the Thunder load up for a postseason run in the Western Conference, the Bulls are in the midst of rebuilding year after trading Jimmy Butler earlier this offseason and not having much to show from their previous trade with the Thunder.
The Bulls let Lauvergne and Morrow depart via free agency this offseason, while Payne will start the season on the shelf after undergoing foot surgery.
After the deal becomes official via a league call on Monday, Anthony will join reigning MVP Russell Westbrook and All-Star Paul George in Oklahoma City.
The 33-year-old Anthony averaged 22.4 points and 5.9 rebounds for the Knicks last season.
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