Jody Genessy of the Deseret News reports:
Nobody knows where Carlos Boozer will end up after he becomes an unrestricted free agent this offseason.
That’s not the only unsettled — and unsettling — question regarding the Utah Jazz power forward.
Many had to wonder where he was Monday for most of Game 4, too.
Miami? Chicago? New Jersey? Detroit?
Boozer — especially his offensive game the Jazz rely on — was missing in action for much of the night during Utah’s season-ending 111-96 loss to the Los Angeles Lakers at EnergySolutions Arena.
“I thought I was terrible,” Boozer admitted.
Struggling again to cope with the Los Angeles Lakers’ length, Boozer didn’t seem to save his best for what could have been his last performance in a Jazz uniform. Though he grabbed 14 rebounds, Boozer’s shot was way off again… He missed seven of 11 field goals and finished with only 10 points.