C-Booz reportedly signs in China after no NBA offers come forward (Ed Szczepanski/USA TODAY Sports)

Carlos Boozer, a former two-time all-star, has reportedly signed a deal with the Guangdong Tigers of the Chinese Basketball Association, according to David Pick.

Boozer sat out the 2015-16 season after spending the previous year with the Los Angeles Lakers, where the 6-9 forward appeared in 71 games. He averaged 11.8 points and 6.8 boards for a Lakers team that finished a measly 21-61.

It’s also been reported that Boozer was looking to make an NBA comeback, and spent time earlier in the summer working out in Miami with the hopes of landing on a young team. No offers came forward, and it seems like the 34-year-old is nearing the end of his professional career regarding on-court value.

When he spent that time in South Beach working out, it was with the hopes of landing on a roster that allowed him to mentor young players, as Boozer, at one point, was a dominant force in the league.

In six seasons with the Utah Jazz from 2004-2010, C-Booz was a consistent 19/10 threat and finished his time in Salt Lake City with averages of 19.3 points, 10.5 rebounds, and 2.9 assists despite struggling with injuries.

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