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“I know you guys are going to ask me about my contract situation,” Smith said. “You’ve got my agent’s number so you all can call him. Rich Paul. You all know what it is. Klutch. You dig?” Paul has a reputation for being a tough negotiator. Last off-season, he dragged conversations between the Cavs and Thompson into October before Thompson agreed on a five-year deal worth $82 million.
Former Butler standout Joel Cornette, who started for the Bulldogs from 1999 to 2003 and led the program to three NCAA Tournament appearances, died early Tuesday at his home in Chicago. He was 35 years old. “This morning, we spoke with the Cornette Family, who has confirmed that their beloved son and brother, Joel, passed away early this morning due to natural causes,” read a statement from Butler Basketball’s official Twitter account. “They are shocked and devastated by this news. The Butler Family also mourns the loss of one of our favorite Bulldogs.”
Cornette had spent the past four years working for Priority Sports and Entertainment, an agency based in Chicago. Previously, he was an assistant at both Butler and Iowa, where he worked for Todd Lickliter. Cornette also spent two years as a college basketball broadcaster for ESPN.