Jimmy Butler not satisfied after 2-0 series lead

Jimmy Butler not satisfied after 2-0 series lead

After Jimmy Butler narrowly missed a triple-double, he joined CSN's Chuck Garfien on the TD Garden court to declare that his team isn't happy with just a 2-0 series lead.

"We wanna win," Butler said. "Everybody's locked in, but we're not done. We ain't satisfied, man. We got two coming up at home, we need them."

The three-time All-Star finished with 22 points on 8-for-19 shooting and added eight rebounds and eight assists. He also put on a defensive clinic, blocking two shots to go along with four steals.

Butler and the Bulls return to the United Center on Friday to try and take a commanding 3-0 series lead on the Celtics.

Watch the video above to see Butler's interview after Game 2.

Could Derrick Rose reunite with Tom Thibodeau in Minnesota?

Could Derrick Rose reunite with Tom Thibodeau in Minnesota?

Tom Thibodeau was without Derrick Rose for the first time in his head-coaching career last season, coaching the Timberwolves while Rose suited up for the New York Knicks.

But a reunion may be on the horizon. Rose is an unrestricted free agent and the Timberwolves, though they don't have a real need at point guard, are showing interest in the Chicago native. We'll have to wait until July 1, when free agency begins, to see what happens.

See what special guest Nick Friedell, Bulls beat reporter for ESPN, had to say about the topic on SportsTalk Live in the video above.

Could Derrick Rose reunite with Tom Thibodeau in Minnesota?

Could Derrick Rose reunite with Tom Thibodeau in Minnesota?

Tom Thibodeau was without Derrick Rose for the first time in his head-coaching career last season, coaching the Timberwolves while Rose suited up for the New York Knicks.

But a reunion may be on the horizon. Rose is an unrestricted free agent and the Timberwolves, though they don't have a real need at point guard, are showing interest in the Chicago native. We'll have to wait until July 1, when free agency begins, to see what happens.

See what special guest Nick Friedell, Bulls beat reporter for ESPN, had to say about the topic on SportsTalk Live in the video above.