After we watched Kyrie Irving against the others, now we have highlights of Jimmy Butler doing the Boston Drill with Kyrie Irving, D'Angelo Russell, Kyle Lowry, Demar Derozan, Harrison Barnes, Jabari Parker, and Julius Randle.
You must check the Harrison Barnes' defense. Yeah, it's just a drill, but the Black Falcons looking great against other players.
The drill allows you to take a maximum of two dribbles before taking a shot and in many cases, two was too many for Butler against a few other NBA All-Stars on the roster.
In the last two seasons, he averaged 20.9 and 20.0 points per game, with Derrick Rose and Pau Gasol on the court. His best weapon is the defense, but he improved the offensive game in the last few years. However, he was NBA Most Improved Player (2015).
He doesn't have skills like Kyrie Irving, but he is strong enough to use his body for the fadeaway jump shots or to use the post game against the other players.
Bonus: Check how Jimmy Butler shuts down D'Angelo Russell 1 on 1 in Team USA practice.