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(The Sports Bank.net)   Former NBA All-Star Carlos Boozer Wants You to Know All About Ball-Handling; But Not the Basketball Kind, If you know what I mean   (thesportsbank.net) divider line
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664 clicks; posted to Sports » on 08 Mar 2022 at 5:23 PM (23 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2022-03-08 4:30:04 PM  
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Lots of other NBA stars would have been better off with a little snip early in their career.

/Looking at you, Calvin Murphy.
 
2022-03-08 7:27:24 PM  
2 votes:
what he did to Gordon Gund and the Cavs was despicable.

Over time Carlos had told Jim and me repeatedly, "If you show respect for me, I will show respect for you." So, in the June 30 meeting, I reminded him of that and said, "We are all counting on what you said in earlier meetings and again today." He responded, "That's right and you can trust me on that." I asked if we could all trust each other? Carlos, his wife and agent each responded "Yes." At that point, believing so strongly in Carlos, I said we would not pick up his option. Our intent, as soon as we could do so, was to re-do his contract. The quotes you saw in the media July 1 about his desire to remain here were entirely consistent with what he told us.
In the final analysis, I decided to trust Carlos and show him the respect he asked for. He did not show that trust and respect in return.
 
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