Carlos Boozer took full advantage of his free agency.
All the Cavs could do: write a letter to fans.
Boozer signed the offer sheet from the Utah Jazz for 6-years, $68 million. Cavs' owner Gordon Gund, in a letter to Cleveland fans, said the team would not match the offer to keep the restricted free agent.
Gund claimed responsibility for the Cavs choosing not to pick up Boozer's one-year, $695,000 team option. Gund thought Boozer agreed to a 6-year, $41 million...
Maybe Cleveland will not lose its Olympian after all.
The Cavs offered forward Carlos Boozer a one-year, $5 million deal Monday, despite the Utah Jazz saying Boozer still plans to sign their six-year, $68 million offer.
Boozer may be able to save his reputation by accepting the Cavs' deal. Many continue to chastise the U.S. Olympic Team member for coaxing the Cavs into not picking up a team option worth $695,000 for one season after Boozer agreed to their six-year, $41...
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The Cavs wanted to do Carlos Boozer a favor; they figured he deserved it.
Now, Cleveland may lose one of its Olympians.
Boozer agreed to a deal with the Utah Jazz Thursday. ESPN.com reports it's worth $68 million over six years.
The Cavs declined to pick up a one-year, $700,000 team option on Boozer, which allowed the power forward to become a restricted free agent. Both Cleveland and Boozer indicated that the U.S. Olympic team member would re-sign with the...