Sometimes there are signs for athletes as to when it's time to hang it up, and life just threw a haymaker at Carlos Boozer.
While Boozer isn't the only one to be shut down in some fashion by the Big3, the time has come for the two-time NBA All-Star to hang up the shoes. Nobody is looking to the Big3 to produce show-stopping, high-caliber basketball, but maybe Boozer would be better off playing pickup at his local YMCA.
Boozer was the Ghost Ballers' co-captain for two seasons before being cut, and even had the second-most rebounds per game in the league last year with 9.6.
At 37 years old, Boozer is a shell of his former All-NBA Third Team self, but not being able to stay on a Big3 roster shows just how far he's fallen off.
While Amar'e Stoudemire and Monta Ellis may be attempting NBA comebacks, Boozer is better off sticking to pickup runs and occasional on-air time as an analyst.