Full Name:
Carlos Boozer
Position:
Forward/Center
College:
Duke
Height:
6-9
Weight:
280
High School:
Juneau-Douglas HS (Juneau, Alaska)
Birthdate:
November 20, 1981
Birthplace:
Juneau, Alaska

Statistics

NBA DRAFT 2002
Selected in the second round (35th overall) by the Cleveland Cavaliers.

TEAM WORKOUTS/FEATURES
May 18: Q&A with Phoenix Suns
May 28: Boozer visits Utah


HIGHLIGHTS
An early entry candidate for the 2002 NBA Draft.
Named Third Team All-America by The Associated Press as a junior.
Named Most Valuable Player of the 2002 ACC Tournament.
Finished three-year career as top field goal percentage shooter in Duke history (63.1%).
Junior year field goal percentage of 66.5 percent was second-best in nation and second-best in Duke history behind Christian Laettner’s freshman season (72.3%).
Helped Duke to 2001 NCAA national championship.


AT DUKE
As a junior, finished third in the ACC in rebounding (8.7 rpg), fourth in scoring (18.2 ppg) and ninth in free throw percentage (75.4%).
Named First Team All-ACC.
Led Duke in rebounding and free throw percentage and was second in scoring.
Led Duke and was second in the ACC in offensive rebounds per game (3.4).
Led Duke in scoring 12 times and in rebounding 21 times.
Scored 20 or more points 15 times and posted 14 double-doubles.
Scored a career-high 33 points and added 10 rebounds at Virginia.
Notched career-high 18 rebounds and added 20 points in win over Wake Forest.
Scored 26 points to lead Duke to ACC Tournament championship over N.C. State.
Led team in scoring (19) and rebounding (nine) in season-ending loss to NCAA finalist Indiana in the Sweet Sixteen.

As a sophomore earned Honorable Mention All-ACC honors after averaging 13.3 points (14th in ACC) and 6.5 rebounds.
Was third on team in scoring and second in rebounding.
His 60.4 percent field goal shooting was sixth nationally and led the ACC.
Led team in rebounding 13 times and in scoring six times.
Reached double figures in scoring 20 times.
Missed seven games as a result of a fracture in right foot.
Contributed 12 points and 12 rebounds in NCAA championship game win over Arizona.
Contributed 19 points on 7-for-8 shooting in Final Four victory over Maryland.

As a freshman selected to ACC All-Freshman Team after averaging 13.0 points and 6.3 rebounds.
Named ACC Rookie of the Week twice.
Led team in rebounding and field goal percentage (61.4%), with the field goal percentage the eighth-best single season percentage at Duke.
Scored season-high 28 points vs. William & Mary.
Notched three double-doubles, including 25-point, 10-rebound effort vs. Michigan.

STATISTICS
SEASON G GS FGM FGA PCT FTM FTA PCT REB AST STL BL PTS AVG
1999-00 34 30 164 267 .614 115 155 .742 213 37 37 23 443 13.0
2000-01 32 28 160 265 .604 105 146 .719 208 40 28 28 425 13.3
2001-02 35 35 230 346 .665 178 236 .754 303 38 31 21 638 18.2
TOTALS 101 93 554 878 .631 398 537 .741 724 115 96 72 1,506 14.9
Three-point field goals: 1999-00, 0-for-0 (.000); 2000-01, 0-for-0 (.000); 2001-02, 0-for-1 (.359). Totals: 0-for-1 (.000).