The Bulls have come to terms with former Utah Jazz forward Carlos Boozer on a 5-year, $80 million deal apparently. While he's not LeBron or Wade or Bosh - although he and Bosh's numbers are pretty much the same - I'm happy with the signing. Boozer is probably 6'9" in sneakers, but he can score from anywhere inside of 18 feet and knows how to run the pick-and-roll as well as any big man in the league.
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As of now, we're looking at a starting lineup of Rose, Deng, Boozer, Noah, and hopefully either Mike Miller, Ray Allen (ha!), or Kyle Korver. I can live with that. The Bulls should win 50 games next year and get out of the first round. They only have Joakim Noah to sign next year and will still be $15 million to $20 million under the salary cap, enough to go after will-be free agents like Jason Richardson and J.R. Smith.
All the people who copped season tickets in anticipation of getting a combination of LeBron, Bosh, or Wade are probably feeling a little bit betrayed right now, but I don't consider them real fans. If you can't see the good in this Boozer signing, then you don't know basketball.