Carlos Boozer - brief bio plus home and community profile
Carlos Boozer was born November 20, 1981, in Aschaffenburg, Germany. Before joining the NBA, Boozer played for Duke University where he helped the team win the 2001 NCAA basketball tournament championship. The Cleveland Cavaliers drafted Boozer in the second round of the 2002 NBA draft.
While in Cleveland, the 6'9" power forward called the small town of Bratenahl, Ohio home. Bratenahl is approximately seven miles northeast of Cleveland and has a population of 1,344.
After two seasons of play with the Cleveland Cavaliers, Boozer signed with the Utah Jazz.
Shortly after arriving in Utah, Boozer purchased a $2 million home in Salt Lake City. This two-story home offers four bedrooms, two full bathrooms and two half bathrooms, four fireplaces, and just under 4,000 square feet.
Carlos Boozer's Salt Lake City, Utah home
In May of 2007, Carlos Boozer paid $7.3 million for a waterfront home in Miami, Florida. Built in 1996, the home has five bedrooms, six bathrooms, swimming pool, boat dock, balcony, and just over 7,000 square feet.
Carlos Boozer's Miami home.
Previously, Boozer owned a seven bedroom, seven bathroom, 7,356 square foot home on 60th Court in Pinecrest. He sold the home in September of 2007 for $3,150,000, after only one year of ownership.
Carlos Boozer's former home in Pinecrest, Florida.