Carlos Boozer said that he "absolutely" sees himself as a starter for the Lakers at his introductory press conference on Friday.
Carlos Boozer said on Friday that he's comfortable playing power forward or center.
Carlos Boozer took to Twitter on Friday to express his excitement to be joining the Lakers.
The Lakers won the rights to Carlos Boozer with a high bid of $3.25 million, according to Marc Stein of ESPN.
The Lakers have won the blind auction for the rights to claim the recently amnestied forward Carlos Boozer.
The Bulls waived Carlos Boozer via their amnesty provision on Tuesday, clearing his $16.8 million salary from their salary cap.
Carlos Boozer has been told by the Bulls that he will likely be amnesty waived or shipped out in a sign-and-trade, but a final decision hasn't been made.
The Knicks are reportedly not interested in conducting a sign-and-trade involving Carlos Boozer and Carmelo Anthony.
The Bulls will do "everything they can" to trade Carlos Boozer rather than using their amnesty option this summer, according to ESPN's Marc Stein.
Carlos Boozer has become more angry with coach Tom Thibodeau about his lack of playing time down the stretch during the playoffs, according to the Chicago Sun Times.
Carlos Boozer played the first and third quarters on Sunday, as usual, finishing Game 1 with 11 points, nine rebounds and one assist.
Carlos Boozer played exactly 24 minutes for the 11th straight game on Sunday.
Carlos Boozer hit just 3-of-13 shots for six points and four rebounds in 24 minutes of Wednesday's win.
Carlos Boozer has played exactly 24 minutes in each of the Bulls' past six games.