The NBA offseason centered around the free agency decision of Carmelo Anthony and LeBron James, and that's exactly how the Bulls will begin their 2014-15 regular season.
Looks like Carlos Boozer has been pretty busy lately working on his new rapping career.
Yes, you read that correctly.
Carlos Boozer was introduced as a member of the Los Angeles Lakers on Friday, and the veteran spoke briefly on his time in Chicago as well as his frustrations in a "humbling" final season.
Surrounded by small children at the Major Adams Community Center, walking distance from the United Center, aside from his seven-foot height, Bulls’ All-Star center Joakim Noah fit right in.
A day after being amnestied by the Bulls, power forward Carlos Boozer was acquired by the Lakers.