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The Chicago Bulls spent a pretty penny on bringing in Carlos Boozer as a free agent in 2010, and I'm not so sure that Bulls fans have seen their investment fully bloom yet.
That said, Carlos is certainly capable of being a No. 3 scorer, but nothing more.
He's played in all 18 games this season, but it wasn't until a few games ago against Phoenix that Carlos starting finding his groove.
He's put up 31 and 23 points in two of his last three games, but he still has a long way to go.
As Luol Deng gets more acclimated to being a bonafide No. 2 scorer in the Bulls offense and Boozer becomes more comfortable playing alongside the aforementioned Noah, Carlos will start to reach his full potential in the offense.
No one on the Bulls is more scrutinized than Carlos Boozer, but I think he's starting to accept it more and use the criticisms as motivation to become better.