On Monday morning, Chicago Bulls forward Carlos Boozer was direct and honest when asked about his feelings surrounding the repeated fourth quarter benchings that Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau has saddled him with over the last four seasons. Boozer, who is routinely replaced by reserve big man Taj Gibson regardless of score or situation.
“I think I'm very productive in the limited minutes that I am getting so I can do even more if I was out there more. But as long as we're winning, that's the main thing. But yeah, I do want to be out there in the fourth quarter. Let's make that clear."
On Monday night, with his Bulls far away in Sacramento, losing badly to the Kings in a game that featured a fine-worthy meltdown from Bulls All-Star center Joakim Noah, Chicago Bulls general manager Gar Forman was asked about Boozer’s feelings. Via Pro Basketball Talk, here is what Forman told CSN Chicago:Read More »from Bulls GM Gar Forman wishes Carlos Boozer would have kept playing time complaints ‘in-house’