Jimmy Butler and Jordan Brand have agreed to part ways. This comes after Butler told Complex Sneakers in November that "Me and Jordan aren't in a good space right now."

Their deal was canceled 10 months before its original Sept. 30, 2020 end date, making Butler the highest-profile sneaker free agent in the NBA. Butler is expected to begin discussions with multiple brands for a new endorsement deal for this season. He previously signed a deal with Adidas as a Chicago Bulls rookie, but took a 75% pay cut three seasons later to sign with Jordan Brand. No details on how his relationship with Jordan Brand went sour, but we'll be sure to update you with the details as they become available. 

Source: ESPN