When Boozer was signed there were a TREMENDOUS amount of teams that would have tried to sign him had they known he was available. The second he became available, the Jazz cancelled their appointment with Kenyon Martin (who was ALSO considering the Jazz) and snapped Boozer up like a West Valley mom at a clearance sale. Keep in mind however, that the Jazz had a pretty good advantage in recruiting a power forward who wanted to be featured. They also had cap space to burn, which they haven't often had in the history of the franchise. The league knew what Boozer was. To think he was some nobody diamond-in-the-rough that no one else wanted is absurd.