August 1, 2020, 3:47 pmJimmy ButlerSG, Miami Heat
Jimmy Butler looked fresh as a daisy on Saturday, pouring in 22 points on an efficient 6-of-11 shooting, adding seven assists to go with four rebounds and three steals.
Butler didn't attempt a single 3-pointer in what was an otherwise dominant performance. His perimeter game is typically the only category that leaves a little to be desired, however, he more than makes up for it elsewhere. The Heat now all but locked in as a top-four seed in the Eastern Conference with their first-round opponent likely to be either the Pacers or the Sixers. Either way, they are going to have to be firing on all cylinders and will want to have their guys ready to go. Butler should be able to flirt with first-round production over the next two weeks as long as he is on the floor.