Tell me whats Utah's reasoning to even consider this deal? They have a great tandem with him and Deron, and Boozer has been relatively healthy since his injury plagued beginning with the Jazz. This does not improve the Jazz at all and the only value they receive is a expiring deal and unprotected pick? Sorry man, Jazz would seriously spit on this trade. They have a great team with youth, why start over? Im sure they will look to extend his contract
Teams dont trade Allstars for garbage unless the star says they want out. Boozer hasn't made it clear that he wants out. He has however made it clear he wants more money... but that has nothing to do with leaving.
The Jazz have until the offseason to clear cap space and make him a high dollar offer. It really depends how far this team gets into the playoffs whether the owner will finally accept having to dip into the luxury tax. Trust me, if Utah gets to the Western Finals or NBA finals... I guarantee you the Jazz owner will change his song and go into luxury to keep Boozer.
Dunleavy + Diener + Foster + 1st rounder for Boozer (after extention) + Collins. Jazz get a Dunleavy, an expirer and 1st rounder
Daniels/Rush (probably cant start yet, maybe after the all star break)
Jazz get significantly worse. Not as bad as the 1st one, but pretty bad still. Dunleavy is not th greatest fit in Utah because he will not be able to handle the rock as much with Dwil, something he was doing last season as a Pacer. Okur/Foster front court could possibly be the weakest defensive front court fro all teams contending for a playoff spot. Again, this does nothing but help Indy
The probleim is the way your putting it, Boozer will be gone at the end of the season... okay, so if your going to have your starting forward gone at the end of the seaon wouldn't you rather play the season out with Boozer on the team rather than Foster?
See why this makes no sense? if they are going to trade it would be for someone of similar skill. Like Boozer for Kaman or Boozer for Chris Bosh.