“If anybody knows Jimmy, Jimmy’s gonna do whatever the f**k Jimmy wants” - Kyle Lowry narrates hilarious FaceTime conversation he had with Jimmy Butler following latter’s appearance with dreadlocks 

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Jimmy Butler's braids and dreadlocks have been the talk of the NBA in recent days. His good friend and Miami Heat teammate, Kyle Lowry, recently expressed his opinion on Butler's new look.

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During an appearance on former NBA star Vince Carter's podcast, 'The VC Show,' Lowry narrated a hilarious conversation he had with Butler on FaceTime. He said:

"I talked to him on FaceTime on Tuesday, I believe it was Tuesday, and I said 'what the f**k.' He's there, he's saying, 'it's fire yo!' I said, 'bruh, come on!' If anybody knows Jimmy, Jimmy's gonna do whatever the f**k Jimmy wants to do."
"I talked to him on FaceTime... I said what the f––"@Klow7 is clearly not a fan of @JimmyButler's new look😂"I said bruh, come on."🎥@TheVCShow

Kyle Lowry and Jimmy Butler have a close relationship off the court. Lowry is also the godfather of Butler's daughter. During the 2021 offseason, the duo was finally able to play on the same team when the Miami Heat struck a sign-and-trade deal with Toronto to land the former All-Star point guard.

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Kyle Lowry, on being godfather of Jimmy Butler's daughter, "Him calling me and asking me to be the godfather was kind of one of the things where it's like, 'Are you serious, man?' It's an honor to do that and to be a part of his daughter's life and to be a part of his family."

Lowry and Butler led the Heat to the Eastern Conference finals in their first season together.

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The Miami Heat came close to winning a championship with Jimmy Butler. The Heat made the NBA Finals in the 'Orlando Bubble' in 2020 and forced seven games against the Boston Celtics in the 2022 Conference Finals, despite being shorthanded.

The Heat were one of the most underrated teams last season, but managed to nab the top seed in the conference.

The loss of veteran forward P.J. Tucker in free agency weakens the team, but they will still expect to compete next season.

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