VIDEO: Carlos Boozer Throws Pass Into 7th Row, Sixers Fan Enjoys Being On TV

Game 4 of this first-round NBA Playoffs series between the Chicago Bulls and Philadelphia 76ers has looked a lot like Game 3. The game has been competitive, but nothing has looked pretty. Case in point: this horrible pass by Bulls forward Carlos Boozer midway through the second quarter.


Boozer was on the far side of the court and zipped the pass way into the stands on the near side. ESPN play-by-play man Mike Tirico accurately described the play by saying it was "as bad a pass as you will see as a pro." Yup.

On the bright side, the horrible pass provided us the chance to watch this 76ers fan enjoy his three seconds of fame.

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