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Boozer Takes a Shot at Bosh

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Carlos Boozer finally had a great game for the Chicago Bulls, scoring 21 points on 10-16 shooting while grabbing 10 boards and dishing out five assists. He even got a steal, which is pretty zany coming from Carlos Boozer. All in all, it was the kind of night Bulls fans expected when the Alaskan Eyebrows Experience — new nickname for ya, New York Times — became the team’s highest-paid player. So good.

Then after the game, Boozedawg capped off his excellent night with a quality zing from the Chris Bosh is Wack Collection (available only at...

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