Do you know this guy? Wolves will pay for his name change

Spread the word so this John Doe can make his dream come true!
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We don't know when this photo was taken, but the fan in it said he'd change his name to Andrew Karl-Anthony Butler if the Wolves clinched a playoff spot. 

Well, they clinched, and the team is offering to pay to make John Doe's dream legal.

Spread the word so this guy can make it official. #NoRagrets

According to this law dictionary website, the fee to legally change your name runs anywhere from $150-$500. 

Even though Wolves owner Glen Taylor gave Andrew Wiggins almost $150 million, he's still got some extra cash in his pockets for things like this. 

It's called budgeting, people. 

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The Wolves didn't say it on Twitter, but our sources confirm that they're also looking for Karl-Anthony Towns and Jimmy Butler, who were no-shows for the first two playoff games against the Rockets. 

Game 3 is at Target Center Saturday night. 

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