‘Haters’ of the Miami Heat make fun of DeMar DeRozan of the Chicago Bulls.

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‘Haters’ of the Miami Heat make fun of DeMar DeRozan of the Chicago Bulls.

Jimmy Butler enjoys making jokes about his former teammates at their expense.

Butler, a member of the Miami Heat, also enjoys a good troll job, which he did to DeMar DeRozan in a recent Instagram post.

The five-time All-Star shared a photo of himself and Heat teammate Kyle Lowry relaxing in their warmups.

The two players are beaming from ear to ear, displaying one of basketball’s best brotherhoods.

“The haters of @demar_derozan the most,” Butler captioned the post, which he tagged DeRozan in.

Obviously, Butler was joking, but it appears that he was attempting to make the Chicago Bulls star envious.

Lowry and DeRozan were teammates and close friends for six seasons with the Toronto Raptors.

All three men were members of the United States men’s basketball team that won gold in Brazil in 2016.

In terms of their offensive games, Butler and DeRozan have frequently been compared.

The Bulls and Heat will face off in Miami on November 27.

Butler’s daughter has a special relationship with Lowry, who is her godfather.

When the Heat first acquired him, the point guard spoke openly about their relationship.

Lowry went on to compare Butler to former Raptors teammates DeRozan and Kawhi Leonard.

Lowry told Five Reasons Sports, “Butler is different in that he’s a little more crazy.”

“He flaunts his feelings on his sleeve.

DeMar and Kawhi, the other two I played with, are a little quieter.”

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Marcus Garrett is making a comeback from the G League.

Marcus Garrett is back after spending four games with the NBA G League’s Sioux Falls Skyforce.

The gifted teenager averaged 14.2 points, 9.2 rebounds, and 6.5 assists per game.

He’s now back in South Beach with Butler and Lowry.

“It was fantastic,” Garrett said of his time in South Dakota to the South Florida Sun Sentinel.

“I’m going to be able to play.”

I’m going to improve.

I get to play my favorite game.

I don’t see it as a downgrade or nothing at all.

I simply see another opportunity for me to play the game I enjoy and improve.”

@ImMarcusGarrett’s nasty cross and huge slam. pic.twitter.comyXsKrFXUng

— NBA G League (@nbagleague) 30th of October 2021

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