Jimmy Butler’s fish tank is shaped like a boombox and plays music

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You like fish, enjoy music, have disposable income, and you’re looking to decorate your house. What do you do?

Simple—a music-playing fish tank shaped like a boom box.

That’s what Bulls guard Jimmy Butler has greeting his guests now as they enter his front door. The 6,000-pound, 600-gallon creation was courtesy of Animal Planet’s “Tanked” and will be featured on Friday’s show at 9 p.m.

The saltwater tank is stocked with 50 fish—for the Bulls’ 50th anniversary—and one is named “Jordan.”

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