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.
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.