Everyone is talking about what Jimmy Butler did during game six of the NBA Conference Finals, some call it a miracle, others call it magic, and the most skeptical say it was luck. But the truth is that the Miami Heat found the perfect replacement for the phantom LeBron James.

Jimmy Buckets' debt to the Miami Heat is an NBA Championship that they sadly lost to the Los Angeles Lakers in the 2019-20 season which was also the longest postseason for Butler with 21 total playoff games.

Butler's first team in the NBA was the Chicago Bulls where he had good seasons but never won anything big in the postseason, although that team was where he finished developing his potential that was eventually recognized by other teams. 

Is Jimmy Butler a Hall of Famer?

He doesn't need to win an NBA Championship to be inducted into the Hall of Fame, the answer is yes, Jimmy Butler is a HOF lock. He doesn't have a big resume like other players who won NCAA tournaments and other big awards, but with the NBA-All Team selections and other awards that he already has, it's more than enough.

Jimmy Butler has 11 seasons playing in the NBA, his first team was the Chicago Bulls from 2011 to 2017, after his time in Chicago he played a couple of seasons in Minnesota and half a season with the 76ers until finally landing in Miami in 2019.