The Chicago Bulls amnestied power forward Carlos Boozer yesterday. Boozer spent his last 4 seasons playing with the Bulls and contributed to the team returning to the playoffs and helped the team make it to the Eastern Conference Finals in his first season on the team with Joakim Noah and Derrick Rose. Boozer is much more known for his scoring then his defense, but with the release of Boozer, some people are wondering if he could be a good fit for the Miami Heat in some capacity.
One problem that the Heat had this past season, especially in the postseason was bench play. They always needed LeBron James, Dwyane and/or Chris Bosh on the floor to get some scoring and good play. If the Heat can find some way to bring Boozer over, it can greatly help the team He can instantly bring a little bit of a spark off the bench which is something that the Heat need.
Miami has already brought over free agents Danny Granger and Josh McRoberts and they can potentially booster their bench play even more with the signing of Boozer. He wouldn't be much help on the defensive side of the ball, but offensively Boozer can still be useful for any team. Miami would be wise to look into that move.
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