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Return to Utah unlikely, but he insists there's no hard feelings if he does

Published: Wednesday, July 29 2009 12:00 a.m. MDT

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Playoff performance

Boozer kept talking about his great playoff performance..... Really???

Shane

Good riddance. Can't wait til this guy is gone so we can stop talking about him.

He talks so big, but has done very little. Buyer beware. Boozer is all about himself and not much else.

todd from santa ana

Boozie is a Doozie

Jazz now with Boozie and same exact roster for 2009-2010 try and hold off New Orleans, Cloppers, Phoenix and Houston for maybe last 2 western conference playoff spots.

Boozer must prove his worth

Boozer is an overpaid player, he doesn't deserve what he is currently receiving right now, he has to prove himself this coming season that's he's worth it, whether he plays for Utah or other team, otherwise no team will try to acquire him with his high demands in terms of salary, unless he is willing to lower his desired salary

Anonymous

Boozer supposedly fired Rob Pelinka as his agent after the debacle with Cleveland. It looks like he has him back. Big surprise.

Don't let the door hit you on...

So Boozer is set to make $12.7 million next year.... And he has the nerve to tell all of us how difficult this economy is. Give me a freakin' break. NBA players are so out of touch with reality. I'm currently unemployed and paying my water and electric bill with a credit card. I have a BA and 10 years of work experience, but come next week I hope to work as a telemarketer.

The real kicker is that he things he deserves a raise. If I missed 134 work days out of the last 267, I would be unemployed. Oh wait, I am unemployed even though I hadn't taken vacation in two years and missed two days due to illness.

Boozer...what a piece of work. Good riddance indeed.

Boise Bill

Money, Money, Money, Money, Money, Money, Money, Money, Money, Money, Money, Money, Money, Money, Money,Money, Money, Money, Money, Money,Money, Money, Money, Money, Money,Money, Money, Money, Money, Money.

That's all that's important to him.

Bye Bye Boozer!

Scott

The Jazz are a 2nd tier team with or without Boozer. They don't matter in the big picture anyway.

Anonymous

He has menatally checked out. Trade him to the worst small market team in the NBA.

change my mind

Every time boozer gets interviewed he shows more what a jack --- he is! Dominate!?! Please! He doesn't even dominate on offense alone. I was starting to look forward to one more run of the current Jazz team but no wonder no body will give up a decent player. Remember what Boston gave up for garnett....shows how valuable Boozer really is!

really?

I'm surprised he hasn't been on New York radio claiming how much he wants to play in New York and loves the town....etc...blah blah blah. I think it is the only city in the USA that he hasn't claimed is "his" first choice. I hope he ends up in Toronto.

IdahoJazzFan

Bye bye Boozer! The sooner the better!

Ghost

I read an article yesterday that says "sources close to Odem" say the Odem is going sign with the Heat today. If he does sign, they would go after Boozer and be willing to trade Beasley for Boozer. That would be a great trade, I hope it happens. Can't wait to get rid of Boozer.

Shut up Boozer

I love that the Jazz told Boozer to shut up!

Excuse me . . .

"Dominating in the NBA AGAIN?" I must have missed the news release when he EVER dominated the NBA. All I remember is him being injury-prone and riding the pines.

ND Jazz Fan

To bad every year wasnt a contract year maybe Boozer could have played through his "injuries". Makes me sick that he only can have a GREAT year during contract time. Good riddens!!

Issues

Boozer has issues. Poor guy.

ute fan

Enough is enough of Boozer. Let him go and lets get on without him. The Jazz will be 100% better without this phoney.

liberal larry

If Boozer had an ounce of integrity he would have opted out of his contract and faced the free agent market to gauge his "true" worth. Much of the business I do is with a handshake, I wouldn't go near someone with the ethics of this guy.

Jordan

I say lets keep Boozer. he can play back up for Paul, and prove just what a "Power" he is in the NBA if he can beat out Milsap for the starting position, then it will help him as a free Agent, otherwise he can wine and sulk and have a mediocre season, most likely injured, and then no one will draft him. If he wants to get his huge contract he will have to step up and actually play Basketball, and take us farther than the first round in the playoffs. And that means playing harder than he did this year. but most likely he'll fizzel out and go play in Europe.

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