Watch: Jimmy Butler is actually answering phone calls

Butler is a man of his word.
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Jimmy Butler made a bold move at his introductory press conference on Thursday by releasing his phone number to the public to anyone who wants an interview.

Although many have tried to call (us included) most people have been getting a busy signal. However Butler posted this video on his Instagram of him answering calls stating, "I got 1,000 Facetimes to answer."

At least the Wolves' latest addition is a man of his word. Karl-Anthony Towns is also on the flight with Butler, as the two are flying to Los Angeles to work out for the summer.

Butler told the media on Thursday that he plans to help recruit some big names in free agency and you can read more on that here.

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