American professional basketball player Carlos Boozer has an estimated net worth of $120 million. He headed the Crimson Bears in winning back to back state titles. In faculty, he was picked to play for Duke University’s Blue Devils. He helped the team in winning the 2001 NCAA Tournament. In 2002, he chose to forego his final year in faculty qualification for NBA Draft. Boozer was chosen as the 35th overall pick by the Cleveland Cavaliers. After his stint with the team, he transferred to Utah Jazz. Other teams that he’d played with include Chicago Bulls and Los Angeles Lakers. Boozer has three children from his former wife, CeCe.