Boozer (when healthy) has played very well the last three years, posting All-Star numbers. He turns 28-years old near the beginning of next season and thus is at the beginning-to-middle of his prime, so if Dumars is planning on building a winner right away Boozer wouldn't be a bad pick up. Thanks to reader BennieBladesFan for pointing this out in the FanPosts. I also like the point already made in the comments about Joe Dumars not making a deal with Boozer without implementing some type of stipulation regarding Boozer's injuries. Boozer has missed significant time in three of his seven seasons in the NBA and it'd be a shame if we spent a lot of our money on him just to see him miss 40 games.