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Discussion in 'Utah Jazz' started by jazzmeister, May 26, 2010.
I hear they have great tailors there.
From Boozer's point of view it is a great fit. Noah could take all the tough defensive matchups. They have money to spend. And he would get to play next to Rose. That would be a great gig basketballwise.
...don't let the door hit ya...where the dog bit ya!
Well all that hoping that he would stay here lasted about a week.
Booz gushed over Chicago in his post game interviews this season. He knows they're eying him and he knows they can afford what he wants. If the Jazz wanna keep Boozer, Chicago will definitely be one of the team they'll have to outbid.
I still say Boozer is a top 5 power forward. Yet he does NOT deserve max money. I don't really see any rookies coming out that could replace him, but if Monroe is the Jazz pick there will be no way Utah resigns Booze.
Chicago will get Bosh, Boozer is going to Miami.
Nothing wrong with what he said there, it's completely true. Chicago has a lot of potential, they're just missing a few pieces. Then again so are we.
....Rose wouldn't know how to run a pick and roll if it bit him in the butt! No matter where Boozer ends up, his salary might go up....but his stats are going to go down....to say 15 points and 8 rebounds max! Mark my words!
Boozer is going to lose his ability to rebound magically?
Dang. This sucks. I <3 booz. Oh well. Have fun in not SLC.
i heard all these espn articles are full of crap and you shouldnt pay attention to them
...he gets half of them off missed free throws anyway....big deal! His stats will go down, by how much...I don't know. But he's maxing out his ability by playing with Deron. When he leaves...he's on his own and it won't be pretty, mark my words!
The Boozer Summer Radio Tour has now kicked off. Up next, NY/NJ, Miami, Detroit, and Orlando.
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haha there's an old schooler...FIXED
Yes, Boozer was so lovable standing around on defense and pushing people in the back--including sometimes his own teammates--in order to pad his stats with rebounds.