When Carlos Boozer joined the Chicago Bulls in the summer of 2010, the two-time All-Star forward was billed as the low-post presence the team had lacked for several years.
And per ESPN, general manager Gar Forman had this to say about acquiring Boozer:
We are confident that his skill set, toughness and leadership are all qualities that make him a great fit for the Bulls, and he will add a low-post element to our team that we have been searching for. Post players, with the skills that Carlos possesses, are at a premium in the NBA and we believe that we have landed one of the best big men in the NBA.
Following one of his most productive seasons in Chicago, the 2013-14 campaign was one that he would like to forget, which has led to wide speculation that he could be playing for another team next season.
But before we get into all of that, let’s take a look back on the season that was for Mr. Boozer, including season stats, memorable performances and my final grade.