Quantcast
X

Have feedback / suggestions? Let us know!

NBA

Top 5 Landing Spots For Carlos Boozer

5 Teams That Will Likely Try To Acquire Carlos Boozer

Chicago Bulls Rumors
USA Today Sports

Carlos Boozer has just been amnestied by the Chicago Bulls. That means he'll now enter the waiver process, where teams will blindly bid for his services. Only teams with cap space are eligible to bid on the PF, so with that in mind, let's take a look at 5 potential landing spots for the former Bull:

5. Houston Rockets

Dwight Howard Kevin McHale Houston Rockets
USA Today Sports

5. Houston Rockets

Dwight Howard Kevin McHale Houston Rockets

After losing out on Chris Bosh and the letting go of Chandler Parsons, one could say that the Rockets are reeling. They're rumored to be after Rajon Rondo in a trade once again, but many strings will have to be pulled to get him to Houston. Boozer isn't a star player by any means, but he's still good enough to help improve the Rockets' roster next season.

4. Miami Heat

Getty Images
Getty Images

4. Miami Heat

Getty Images

Miami is still trying to recover after the loss of LeBron James. It's thought that they'll have some interest in Boozer, but don't expect Miami to enter the winning bid.

3. Atlanta Hawks

Orlando Magic v Atlanta Hawks
Getty Images

3. Atlanta Hawks

Orlando Magic v Atlanta Hawks

Boozer would be a good basketball fit in Atlanta, plus the Hawks have the cap space to make a legitimate offer. Don't be surprised to see Boozer taking his talents to the ATL in 2014-15.

2. Charlotte Hornets

Charlotte Hornets
Twitter

2. Charlotte Hornets

Charlotte Hornets

The Hornets don't seem to be done making moves this offseason. They've yet to make the splash that Michael Jordan promised, but they've added several solid players. Boozer could be another quality player headed to Charlotte, if the price is right.

1. Los Angeles Lakers

Los Angeles Clippers v Los Angeles Lakers
Getty Images

1. Los Angeles Lakers

Los Angeles Clippers v Los Angeles Lakers

The Lakers desperately need more talent to have any chance of competing in next year's Western Conference. They've got enough cap space left to make a respectable offer to Boozer, but will it be enough to land the veteran PF? Kobe Bryant is hoping so.