Is Boozer worth the money?
Old 04-23-2011, 04:53 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Here's a guy that gets hurt a lot. He can score, but he can also have games where he misses a ton from in close. And his defense is pretty weak. I'd say that the Bulls got better value for the money from the other former Jazz players - Korver and Brewer - as well as CJ Watson. Of course they need more than those guys, but is the money tied up in Boozer working when they need another guy that can create?
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He makes what Bosh makes, and imo those two players are somewhat comperable. Boozer is a little better rebounder, Bosh is a better scorer. Bosh is a better shot blocker, Boozer is a little better defensively. Personally i think Bosh is better but not by that much.
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Boozer was better in Utah, he kind of fell off the map in Chicago. Chicago would be better off with Bargnani .. IMO he brings more to the table for that team.
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Boozer was better in Utah, he kind of fell off the map in Chicago. Chicago would be better off with Bargnani .. IMO he brings more to the table for that team.
he was an 17.5/10 player this season for chicago. he's never been much of a shot blocker so that was still the case this season. But overall he helped Chicago this season for sure, to what extent, is up for debate i guess but him and noah are a very formidable front court, one of the best in the nba.
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he was an 17.5/10 player this season for chicago. he's never been much of a shot blocker so that was still the case this season. But overall he helped Chicago this season for sure, to what extent, is up for debate i guess but him and noah are a very formidable front court, one of the best in the nba.
Best front court in the NBA? Lets not get ahead of ourselves..... there are much better front courts. Chandler/Nowitzki, Gasol/Bynum & more..
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Best front court in the NBA? Lets not get ahead of ourselves..... there are much better front courts. Chandler/Nowitzki, Gasol/Bynum & more..
I said ONE OF the best, and i stand by that.
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