Jimmy Butler doesn’t regret comments toward Fred Hoiberg, thinks things will ‘turnaround for better’

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CHICAGO -- After following up Friday's four-overtime loss to Detroit with a 16-point defeat in New York Saturday, Bulls All-Star guard Jimmy Butler unleashed his frustrations at head coach Fred Hoiberg, saying the team needed to be"coached a lot harder."

On Monday, Butler stood by his comments during morning shootaround, saying he did not regret what he said but was not "calling out my coach. I think he's a hell of a coach. I think he's done great through these 25 games."

Butler and Hoiberg met for an hour Sunday while the team met Monday morning to discuss what Butler called "the elephant in the room."

Hear more from both Butler and Hoiberg in the videos above and below.

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