Jimmy Butler wants out of Minnesota. Not only that, but Timberwolves owner Glen Taylor has reportedly told GM Scott Layden and head coach Tom Thibodeau to figure out a way to trade the disgruntled star, or else he may just go ahead and do it himself. Regardless of the eventual outcome, it doesn’t look like Butler will be playing another game for the T-Wolves.

However, Thibodeau isn’t giving up hope.

The T-Wolves coach told members of the media that he expected Butler to report to training camp, which begins this week. It remains to be seen whether Butleer will bother to attend, as he could be ready to execute a Le’Veon Bell style holdout until he is traded.

Speaking of trades, Adrian Wojnarowski reports that a handful of teams are interesting in making a deal for the four-time All-Star:

Things are rotten in the T-Wolves organization, no matter how you look at it. Just refer to this report from a few days ago:

At least the team just signed their other star player, former No. 1 overall draft pick Karl Anthony-Towns, to a super-man contract extension worth $190 million over five years. So they have something to work with if (or when) Butler is eventually shipped out.