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It’s not clear who this pass was to, but we can say with certainty that it wasn’t meant for the 7th row of the Wells Fargo Center. And yet that’s where it ended up. The woes of the Bulls continue. Video after the jump.
Okay, so, technically Carlos Boozer is making that face because of the smelling salts. But if he heard Russell Westbrook’s rendition of “Starships” by Nicki Minaj, he would have the exact same reaction. Boozer and Westbrook are wired up, after the jump.
Joel Przybilla waited to find the right place to sign after the lockout and he eventually chose the Portland Trailblazers. Given the events of the last few days, he may want to re-think that decision, and he let some of that frustration out on Carlos Boozer.
We’re not trying to call him out or anything, but it’s not often we see Chicago Bulls power forward Carlos Boozer bring the pain. He tends to post, as they say, a “soft” 18 and 8 each night. Tonight, however, Hornets big man Chris Kaman got a ticket to ride, courtesy of Mr. Boozer. Ride what, exactly? Well the “Booze Cruise,” of course.
MediaTakeOut is one part “making fun of ordinary people whose pictures were sent in by readers,” one part sniffing out celebrity gossip, and one part news and politics, all delivered in the same VERY SHOUTY HOUSE STYLE that CHARACTERIZES the GOSSIP WEBSITE. For your personal enjoyment/edification, we have assembled 25 of the most insane MediaTakeOut sports headlines in existence, which you can see after the jump.
During today’s 97-93 Heat win over the Bulls, ABC cameras panned to Carmani Boozer, oldest son of Bulls forward Carlos Boozer. It was so reporter Lisa Salters could tell a heartwarming story about Carmani’s complete recovery from sickle cell anemia, but talk quickly shifted to something else.
This resulted in a push from Smith, a I’m-trying-to-make-it-look-like-I’m-ready-to-fight-you-but-I-don’t-really-want-to turnaround from Boozer, and a intervention by players from both teams.
It turns out that there’s actually a rich history of athletes failing at high fives, to varying degrees of awkwardness. So join us, won’t you, as we count down the best missed connections in sports.
A rough opening round for Chicago Bulls forward Carlos Boozer ended in the roughest way possible last night, as he was left hanging in front of millions.