Carlos Boozer may be appearing on your television screen this fall.
ESPN announced Tuesday that the 1999 Juneau-Douglas High School graduate will serve as a college basketball analyst on its ACC Network.
Boozer, who could not immediately be reached for comment, will provide studio coverage of the network’s men’s college basketball season. The network, which launched in August and is owned and operated by ESPN, will carry games from Boozer’s alma mater Duke University and 14 other ACC basketball teams. The subscription channel will carry about 450 live contests this year, including 150 men’s and women’s basketball games.
Boozer played at Duke from 2000-2002, earning All-America, first team All-ACC and ACC Championship MVP honors in 2002 before declaring for the NBA draft. The Juneau native scored 1,506 points over his three collegiate seasons and is Duke’s all-time career leader for field goal percentage (.631).
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