Butler has long been a leader on the court and has had a very strong reputation on social media, especially with fans.
He has a reputation for being a vocal, outspoken personality, but Majordome is more of a quiet, unassuming type.
Butler has been in Butler’s corner over the past year, but the Butler legend has been quiet on social platforms for a while now.
This past weekend, the rivalry between Butler and the man he calls the greatest basketball player of all time was on full display.
The two have been at war for the last couple years.
Majors career started out well for Butler in 2012 when he had two straight All-Star appearances, but he ended up being overlooked for the 2012 NBA Draft, and was released after the 2012-13 season.
Butler returned to the court in 2013, but was eventually released by the Bucks and went to the Brooklyn Nets.
After that, he was traded to the Milwaukee Bucks in July of 2014, where he would eventually play for them until this past season.
This was the year that Majors playing career came to an end.
Majormos career began to fall apart when he was injured in the 2015-16 season and was replaced by the veteran Brandon Knight.
Majo struggled for much of his career, mostly due to his inability to play on the same level as his brother.
This season, Majordos play with Butler on the Milwaukee Admirals made him a bigger player in the NBA, but Butler has continued to lead the way in terms of basketball knowledge and on social issues.
This has been one of the more heated topics of the last few years between the two, as Butler has repeatedly defended Majordo on social accounts.
Butler did not make the cut for the 2015 NBA Draft.
He played in the D-League for the Bucks, who drafted him in the second round in 2015.
This led to a lot of backlash from fans and the Bucks organization, which decided to let him go and put the franchise on hold.
Butler was released by Milwaukee, but his brother, Majo, was traded from the Bucks to the Chicago Bulls in the offseason.
He would eventually sign with the Cavaliers and would eventually end up playing in Cleveland.
Butler and his brother were expected to get along in Cleveland, but when the Cavs were looking for an upgrade at point guard, Butler was the favorite.
Butler had a stellar rookie year with the Cavs, averaging 14.3 points, 7.7 assists, and 2.9 rebounds.
The Cavs had a young core of Kyrie Irving, J.R. Smith, and Tristan Thompson, but they had no depth at point guards, and they struggled mightily for the entire season.
In 2016, Butler, Smith, Thompson, and Irving were all traded to Golden State in a blockbuster trade.
This deal left the Cavs with two point guards on the roster, Isaiah Thomas and C.J. Miles.
However, the Cavs struggled, and were swept by the Warriors in the Western Conference Finals.
Butler would not play in the playoffs again, and the Cavs eventually went on to lose to the Warriors and the Houston Rockets in the Eastern Conference Finals in 2017.
Major Butler is currently out of the NBA.
He signed a contract extension with the Houston Texans last year and will remain with the team.
Butler is still an active player, but has not been a part of any big trades for the Cavs in recent years.
He is a highly respected member of the basketball world, and is expected to remain a fan favorite.
He will have an opportunity to put his career behind him, and will no doubt be the best point guard of all-time.