That sentiment was shared by 76ers general manager Elton Brand, who said the team spoke with some of Butler's past teammates before trading for him.
"I'm going to lock into it [the playbook] and figure it all out", Butler said post-game of the confusion.
Isaac, whose brief National Basketball Association career has been filled with stops and starts because of a series of ankle injuries, will be back in action tonight following a six-game lay off when the Magic (6-8) face the new-look 76ers (9-6) at Amway Center.
But it didn't, and the Sixers found themselves on the wrong end of another close loss - just as they have several other times this season.
The team's first opportunity to get the Big Three together will be Wednesday against the Orlando Magic.
Timberwolves: The win was Minnesota's fifth straight against New Orleans. The offseason addition of Anthony Tolliver has helped, as he is averaging 3.7 3-point attempts per game while also making 41.7 percent, but Saric is a step up with a career average of 4.7 three-point attempts per game. Isaac, playing limited minutes in his first game back after missing six consecutive contests due to a sprained ankle, only needed a few seconds to make his presence felt.
"I think if a player had a problem with me, they would [say it]", Butler said. Butler, for example, touched the ball just 41 times, according to Second Spectrum tracking data - his lowest total of the season and the sixth-most of anyone on the Sixers. If any of them needs my help, I'm always (going to try) to help them to the best of my ability. The lesser known name of the 76ers recent trade action, Chandler set about a second half tear as he announced himself to the league amid Butler's high-profile debut. "No matter what, we're expected to win". "Although we lost, the organization of the things we put in put us in decent position".
Veteran Shaun Livingston , meanwhile, dismissed the heated exchange as "just team spirit". "Obviously, Dray had the turnover". The altercation did not get physical, but Green's vigorous defense of himself helped increase the volume in the room.
Up until late last week, the Steelers were bracing for the return of Bell, who played basketball at a local LA Fitness last week. The saga really began all the way back in the spring of 2017, when the Steelers hit Bell with the franchise tag.
But Cal Fire spokesman Bill Murphy warned that gusty winds predicted into Monday morning could spark "explosive fire behavior". Four search and recovery teams are now combing through the remains of Paradise and a mobile DNA lab has been dispatched.
Turkish officials now believe that his remains were dissolved in acid and poured down the consulate's drain. Erdogan said he got the impression that Trump, Macron and Merkel were all very disturbed by the murder.
Leadsom said on Sunday that MPs would not accept a backstop which the United Kingdom can not leave without the EU's permission. Pro-Brexit Conservative MP Iain Duncan Smith said May's days are numbered as prime minister if she goes ahead with it.
Saudi strikes have hit public markets, hospitals and other nonmilitary targets, killing scores of civilians. U.S. defense secretary Jim Mattis backed the decision and said the USA government was consulted.
Two substitutes combined for a second, Munir El Haddadi laying on Vidal but no sooner had the comeback begun again, it was halted. Messi added his second in injury time following a VAR referral but it wasn't enough to stop Barcelona from stumbling to defeat.
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