Carlos Boozer & the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

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Let's not beat around the bush: Carlos Boozer had a very bad series against the Lakers. His averages weren't horrific (15.5 ppg and 13 rpg), but the shooting percentage wasn't there (44.6 percent), and with the Jazz in desperate need of top-level performances from their stars, he just didn't contribute as expected. Blame the size of L.A.'s frontcourt, as well as the fact that while Boozer is supremely productive, he also has his limits.

Shockingly, things got worse for Boozer after last night's series-clinching loss in Utah. Because one of his cars got wrecked by a giant bus. From the Twitter account of Lakers webmaster Ty Nowell (and as reported by a lot more media members):

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