Since the Nets, who had the worst record last season but now flaunt a Russian billionaire owner, seem to be out of the LeBron James sweepstakes, the Post looks at how the Nets failed to get their backup potential savior, Carlos Boozer, the power forward from the Jazz: "Boozer who, when the Nets visited Utah in January after their season was truly DOA, pretty much claimed he would rather dip his head in a vat of acid than consider New Jersey. Guess he felt the same now, though the vat was lined with nearly $80M." Boozer is now signed with the Bulls; he claims Chicago still has a chance at James.