For Chicago Bulls fans, Carlos Boozer has no doubt been a disappointment over the last couple seasons.
The Chicago Bulls are perhaps the most difficult team in the NBA to project for next season.
The New York Knicks caught a bit of bad news last week when they found out that newly signed Ronnie Brewer would be out six weeks after requiring knee surgery.
Pistons backup guard Will Bynum was back in the practice facility this week, a welcome sight considering where he spent his summer.
Instead the Bulls extended an offer to another Earlier in the summer the Bulls were rumored to be after ex-Lakers guard Derek Fisher and the rumor turned out to hold water, as the Bulls extended a contract to Fisher sometime around the beginning of last month.
Joakim Noah has become a good NBA player and he is the key to any success the Chicago Bulls have this upcoming season.
The Bulls desperately need a second fiddle for Derrick Rose. Carlos Boozer has fallen short, and there’s no one else capable of playing the role that the Bulls thought the former 20-10 machine would fill.
Soon enough, it’ll be time for the rest of the stars from the NBA ‘s class of 2009 to channel their inner Rod Tidwell when dealing with their respective team’s general manager.