The curious career of Carlos Boozer

In previous stops, Boozer has been a polarizing player for fans and media

Updated: July 10, 2010, 3:07 PM ET
By Melissa Isaacson | ESPNChicago.com

Like it or not, the Bulls' biggest free-agent addition is a perfect example of a modern-day sports mercenary, maybe even more so, ironically, than LeBron James, who took less money, need we be reminded, to go to the Miami Heat.

And like the most hated man in Cleveland, Boozer has not exactly left a trail of well-wishers in his wake.

He went from Cleveland to Utah for six years and $68 million, angering the Cavs who said he reneged on a promise to stay if they made him an unrestricted ...

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