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Boozer is currently on pace to post his worst scoring month of the season with 10.9 points per game. His rebounding numbers are also down, and he's also posting his worst defensive rating at 104 points allowed per 100 possessions.
Some of the decreases could be attributed to his loss of minutes, but he has continued to get worse. Boozer's shooting percentage for March is down to 40.9 percent and has actually dropped now for three consecutive months.
Defensively, Boozer's rotations are still consistently late, and he continues to commit unnecessary loose-ball fouls on offense and during rebounds. Boozer's jump shot hasn't been there this year either, but when he's aggressive and takes advantage of his matchup, he's nearly unstoppable due to his size and strength.
Chicago has a decision to make on Boozer's contract this summer.
Amnestying him would free up over $16 million in cap space, and with Taj Gibson playing better than the 12-year vet, it would make sense for the Bulls to move on. They could use the cap space to fill out the roster with some much-needed shooters and a few front-court backups.
Unless Boozer can start turning his season around, his chances of remaining with the team will keep worsening.