Carlos Boozer Doesn't Want To Be Dealt
With the NBA's trade deadline roughly a month away, Jazz forward Carlos Boozer has already been linked in a number of trade rumors.
When asked by the Salt Lake Tribune recently if he thought he'd stay in Utah or be dealt, Boozer said what he would do if he was in the position of Jazz general manager Kevin O'Connor.
"If I was them, I wouldn't make a trade," Boozer said. "But I'm not them. I think, I mean, you keep this group together. We're getting healthy, guys are getting better, we're rolling, we've won four out of our last five, which is great.
"Hopefully, we're going to win another four out of our next five. We can be good. We can beat anybody on any given night. That's what I would do. But Kevin, Greg [Miller], they've got to make their decisions."
The Jazz are 23-18, putting them just a win off pace to duplicate last season's record.
"That's why I would keep us together," Boozer said. "In this business, it comes down to financial stuff, and I don't know what their situation is. But if it's about just winning, maybe that should be the deciding factor."
Edited by LALakersFan4Life, June 09, 2010 - 01:49 PM.
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