Carlos Boozer Bolts from Utah Jazz for Chicago Bulls: Win-Win Situation

July 7th, 2010 by Denton Ramsey Leave a reply »
So long, Jerry Sloan.

Hello, Chicago!

Carlos Boozer made the right decision when he agreed to leave the Utah Jazz for the on-the-rise Chicago Bulls.

With the let’s-learn-to-flop Jazz in his past, it’s now time to focus on the future.

Chicago may very well be back in the hunt of things with this latest Boozer signing, and it may boost the chances (slim as they may be) of LeBron James bolting for a very deep and talented Bulls team.

The beauty of this move—at least in my opinion—is that Boozer is no longer in Utah; plain and simple.

As a die-hard Houston Rockets fan since my very first breath, it’s only natural for me to hate anything and everything regarding the Sloan/Jazz nonsense.

Thankfully, those same early to mid 90s Rockets completely controlled those Sloan-led Jazz teams—but they continue to play (and pay) for their constant flopping.

However, I digress.

We’re not here today to talk about the Rockets’ back-to-back title days; instead, we’re here to talk about Boozer and his giant step in the right direction in his ve ...

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