Chris Broussard and other members of the espn insider crew have been busy guys for the last week and a half. And sleepless nights and excessive cell phone minutes are only the beginning.
Earlier this evening, Broussard reported that the Chicago Bulls have agreed to terms of around 5 years with free agent forward Carlos Boozer. Boozer, a 8-year veteran who has played his entire career so far in Utah, is clearly the Bulls final push to land Lebron James, who will announce his decision tomorrow night at 9pm on his very own 1-hour special edition of sportscenter.
Boozer brings the low-post threat the Bulls have longed for, and adds to the already strong core of the teams' current active roster that includes Derrick Rose, Joakim Noah and Luol Deng. Hopefully (not for me at least, but for Bulls management) that Boozer makes the Bulls roster that much more appealing, and a deciding incentive to choose Chi-town as his future home.
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