During the beginning of the year it was clear that Boozer didn't want to be a part of the Utah Jazz after seasons end, but once the team began kicking things into gear and started to compete towards the title, Boozer spoke about how he wouldn't mind staying in Utah.
Like it or not, Boozer will not be a part of the Jazz's roster next season, highly due to the fact that they have power forward Paul Millsap signed for the next three years.
So what team is willing to overpay a 28 year-old Carlos Boozer who has been lingered by injuries in years past?
That team is the New Jersey Nets.
Once new owner Mikhail Prokhorov realizes that LeBron James is staying put, he will be forced to go out and sign a player of Boozer's caliber to a max contract or something close.
If all goes well, the Nets could end their offseason by signing two big names in Rudy Gay and Carlos Boozer.
The duo of Boozer and Lopez could help skyrocket the Nets from winning just twelve games this past season to playoff contenders next year.
Prediction: NBA Playoffs First Round Exit