Born on 20th November 1981, Carlos Austin Boozer Jr. is a retired basketball player from Alaska. Although he was born at a military base in Aschaffenburg in West Germany, Boozer was brought up in Juneau, Alaska. He is a two time NBA All-star who has played for Cleveland Cavaliers, Utah Jazz, Chicago Bulls and Los Angeles Lakers. Boozer also played with the Chinese team Guangdong Southern Tigers.
Carlos Boozer was also a part of Team USA, which won a Bronze Medal in the 2004 Summer Olympics and a Gold Medal in the 2008 Summer Olympics.
Boozer was a two-time member of the PARADE All-American High School Basketball Team during his high school years and even captained the Juneau-Douglas Crimson Bears to secure consecutive state titles. Moreover, he played for Duke University and went on to win the 2001 NCAA (National Collegiate Athletic Association) championship.
During the final year of his college, Carlos Boozer Jr. was picked by the Cleveland Cavaliers as the 35th pick in the 2002 NBA draft. Then, in 2004, after the Cavaliers released him, Boozer was signed by Utah Jazz on a 6-year contract for $70M. In November 2007, he was named the Western Conference Player Of the Year.
In July 2010, Boozer Jr. was acquired by the Chicago Bulls in a trade with the Utah Jazz. Then four years later, the Los Angeles Lakers claimed him through an amnesty clause.
Throughout his high school, college and professional career, he and his teams won several accolades, some of which are First-team Parade All-American in 1999, NCAA champion in 2001, ACC Tournament MVP (Most Valuable Player) in 2002, First-team All-ACC in 2002, NBA All-Rookie Second Team in 2003, NBA All-Star in 2007 and 2008, and All-NBA Third-team in 2008.
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