Injuries played a role in Carlos Boozer's disappointing 2010-11 season. Bulls general manager Gar Forman believes the forward will have more success this year.
"He came into camp 20-plus pounds lighter," Forman said. "He looks like he's in terrific shape. We're only two days in but he's looked very good in the first two days of practice. It's always a difficult adjustment when you come via free agency from one team to another team. Historically, if you look at major free agents that have changed teams, they have shown improvement from year one to year two, where there's more of a familiarity with the system, the city and the organization --- and in Carlos' case, he changed conferences.
"He will be more comfortable with what we're doing and I would expect Carlos to have a really good year."