In terms of publication, this is a complicated story. 3 other groups have done phylogenetic analysis of SARS CoV 2 with public domain sequences including a single pangolin virus genome.
Probably the easiest to read is this one
Anyway they all show the same thing; SARS-COV-2 clusters with 2 sequences, the horseshoe bat virus RaTG13, and the pangolin virus. The key thing is that although over most of the genome SARS-COV-2 is very similar to the bat virus, in one short but functionally important stretch, encoding the receptor binding domain (RBD) it is much more similar to the pangolin virus.
One theory is therefore that the history of SARS-COV-2 involves a recombination event between a pangolin virus and a virus from another species. All SARS Coronaviruses originate in horseshoe bats but it’s plausible a 3rd host is involved e.g. virus 1 jumps from bats to pangolins, virus 2 jumps from bats to mammal species x, one individual pangolin or mammal x is simultaneously infected with viruses 1 and 2, which recombine to form a SARS-COV-2 type virus that then jumps to humans.
Anyway, this new paper adds a load of new pangolin sequences into the mix but reaches the same conclusion; they all cluster with SARS-COV-2 but less closely than the bat virus, and a couple have the SARS-COV-2 type RBD.