One one hand, Carlos Boozer is one of the best offensive posts in the NBA. Boozer has great strength and can score with either hand. The All-Star power forward would be a welcome addition to any team in the world.
On the other hand, Carlos Boozer is an enigmatic player who is "injured" far too often and refuses to play defense. Watching him play is extremely frustrating, because you can see the great potential he has to dominate both ends of the floor—but he just doesn't want to.
While the truth to Boozer probably lies somewhere in between these two perspectives, Utah Jazz fans firmly believe the latter, while Chicago fans are hoping for the former.
Carlos Boozer was signed last season to be the answer to Miami's new "Big Three."
One injury-plagued season later, many fans and amateur general managers are already looking to trade Boozer away to the highest bidder.
Over the next few slides, we will examine both sides to this argument and what exactly the Bulls could get for him.