While New York and the rest of the NBA world were anticipating his
decision, Chris Bosh dealt with the attention by "playing with people’s
emotions." Continue reading “Chris Bosh admits 'playing with people's emotions' before signing” »
Playing in Karl Malone’s shadow in Utah didn’t bother Carlos Boozer the
past six seasons.
The soon-to-be unrestricted free agent apparently wouldn’t be fazed by
continuing to do that — or by following in Michael Jordan’s footsteps in
Boozer even believes other big-name free agents might look at it as "an
attractive thing to have that history, where M.J. played, where
(Scottie) Pippen played for those six championships," the power forward
said during an interview on Windy City-based ESPN 1000’s "The Waddle
& Silvy Show" on Wednesday. Continue reading “Carlos Boozer finds the Bulls' 'really good, really young' club a” »
Free-agent-to-be Carlos Boozer sounded intrigued about joining Mike
D’Antoni’s Knicks, but believes if he comes to New York, it won’t be in a
star tandem with LeBron James. Continue reading “Boozer intrigued by possibility of joining Knicks” »
It was the legendary pitcher Satchel Paige who cautioned against
looking back. Carlos Boozer’s challenge is to not get caught looking
too far ahead.
Where will he be a month from now? Continue reading “Boozer, future uncertain, sticks to playing in here and now” »
By Ross Siler- The Salt Lake Tribune
A month from today, Carlos Boozer will wake up with the uncertainty
over for himself and the Jazz. Maybe he will be in Oakland, Calif.,
where the Jazz on Feb. 19 will play the Golden State Warriors in the
third stop of a four-game trip.
Continue reading “Jazz, Boozer face trade uncertainty” »
Only 35 days remain until the Feb. 18 trade deadline.
Unless the Jazz do something sooner, that means only 35 more days of Carlos Boozer trade talk.
Because of his expiring $12.8 million contract and a public declaration
last summer that he expected to be traded, Boozer’s name will continue
to be prominently mentioned in trade-related stories over the next five
weeks. Continue reading “Utah Jazz notes: Booz shakes off trade talk” »
As far as Carlos Boozer is concerned, his "Trade Me Here" world tour over the summer is ancient history. Continue reading “Once hoping to play for Bulls, Carlos Boozer says he's happy with Jazz” »
When training camp opened Saturday, coach Jerry Sloan made it known he had not yet decided if in*****bent Carlos Boozer or backup Paul Millsap
will start the 2009-10 NBA season at power forward for the Jazz. Continue reading “Utah Jazz notebook: Battle for starting forward spot news to Boozer” »
By Ross Siler
While they announced Wednesday that Matt Harpring will miss all of training camp, the preseason and the start of the regular season due to ankle and knee injuries, the Jazz will have Carlos Boozer on hand when they report to camp. Continue reading “Utah Jazz: Boozer to report; Harpring to sit out” »
By Steve Luhm
This whole unhappy Carlos Boozer Saga started, it seems to me, last December.
After the injury-battered Jazz scored what should have been an uplifting win at New Jersey, Boozer ruined the moment for everyone but his accountant by telling an ESPN reporter that he planned to opt out of his contract at the end of the season because, no matter what happened after that, he’d get a raise. Continue reading “Luhm: Boozer has earned everything he's getting from bad PR moves” »