Carlos Boozer had been the subject of ridicule amongst Chicago Bulls fans for a few years for his passive defense and issues finishing around the rim, but he put together a fantastic comeback season in 2012-13. Boozer averaged 16.2 points and 9.8 rebounds for a Bulls team in desperate need of both without Derrick Rose, and sustained those numbers against increased competition in the playoffs. And his defense, honestly, was much improved.
Lest you think Boozer is getting a little, um, slouchy in his offseason routine, here’s what he posted to his Twitter account on Thursday morning:
Apparently Twitter is the business in the front, and Instagram is the party in the back.
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