Chicago Bulls: Why Bulls Should Use Amnesty Clause on Carlos Boozer

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Chicago Bulls: Why Bulls Should Use Amnesty Clause on Carlos Boozer
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With the new NBA Collective Bargaining Agreement almost approved, the Chicago Bulls should consider using the new amnesty clause on underachieving power forward Carlos Boozer

The amnesty clause gives NBA owners the right to erase one bad contract from their books to adjust to the new salary cap. This removes 100 percent of a player's salary from cap and tax purposes.

The player will then be put on waivers and bid on by teams under the salary cap. The highest bidder pays that portion of the contract while the former team pays the remainder without worrying about salary cap and tax ramifications.

Boozer would be the perfect player for the Bulls to unload. Here's why.

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