In his 9th season in the NBA Carlos Boozer is playing for his third team. On Wednesday night he’ll travel with the Chicago Bulls to play the Utah Jazz, the team the signed him as a free agent in 2004 and the team he left in 2010.
After sitting out the entire fourth quarter last night and watching his teammates lose in New Jersey, Carlos Boozer told reporters “It was a coaching decision.”
The biggest question Bulls fans had about Carlos Boozer, after Chicago acquired the talented power forward via a sign-and-trade deal with the Utah Jazz back in July, was not his ability to perform on the basketball court.
DEERFIELD, Ill. (AP) — The Chicago Bulls are ready to get going this season with a host of new faces – and they’d like Joakim Noah to be there, too. The Bulls have been mentioned […]