Carlos Boozer Doesn’t Want to Leave Utah Jazz
"If I was them, I wouldn’t make a trade," Boozer said. "But I’m not them. I think, I mean, you keep this group together. We’re getting healthy, guys are getting better, we’re rolling, we’ve won four out of our last five, which is great.
"Hopefully, we’re going to win another four out of our next five. We can be good. We can beat anybody on any given night. That’s what I would do. But Kevin, Greg, they’ve got to make their decisions."
With the Jazz owning a
23-18 record and only a victory off last season’s pace at the 41-game mark, Boozer made one of his strongest statements since returning to Utah following an acrimonious summer in which he and the organization were at odds.