Now on Bucks, Racine native Caron Butler comes full circlePosted by Inside Hoops
Butler will be starting his 12th pro season this fall and believes he has plenty to offer to a revamped Bucks squad.
“Everything was handled the right way, in a very classy way,” Butler said of the Suns. “The Bucks had made inquiries about me, and I thought this would be a great opportunity for me and my family. My son (Caron Jr.) will be in eighth grade this year in Racine.”
Even though Butler was a starter for a Clippers team that won a franchise-record 56 games last season, he played just 24 minutes a game.
“After I got back healthy, I actually wanted to play more,” Butler said. “I had to accept the role I was given.
“I felt I was back to my old self. It’s never been hard for me to score. As long as I’m out there, I’ll find a way.”
Reported by Charles F. Gardner of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel