Houston’s top target this summer was reportedly Butler. But, it missed out on the wing as the Heat landed him in a sign-and-trade.
Butler reportedly "wanted to move on" from Philadelphia, so the Sixers agreed to send Butler to Miami in a sign-and-trade on Sunday.
The Nets made a pair of major moves Sunday while the Celtics landed a new star.
The 76ers inked center Al Horford to a four-year, $109 million deal, his agent, Jason Glushon told ESPN.
Butler reportedly wants to play for the Heat, but the Lakers aren't giving up just yet.
Kawhi Leonard wants someone to join him in Los Angeles if he decides to go there.
The futures of Kevin Durant, Kawhi Leonard and Kyrie Irving are the major talking points ahead of the start of NBA free agency.
While the 76ers are also reportedly interested in keeping Butler, he also has been linked to the Lakers and Nets.
Houston has found a willing trade partner for big man Clint Capela, according to a report from the New York Times.