Last week, according to reports, the Cleveland Cavaliers made an oral, nonbinding agreement with Carlos Boozer to allow Boozer to become a free agent if he would sign with the Cavaliers for several years at about $5 million per season. But Boozer received a better offer from the Utah Jazz, changed his mind and signed with the Jazz for six years and $68 million.
Should he have turned down a $68 million contract on the basis of a promise? Did the Cavs just screw up? Tell us what you think, SportsNation.