Carlos Boozer Gets A Serious Reduction In His Child Support Payments

After a few years of paying $8,000 a month in child support to his ex-wife, Carlos Boozer will now pay $382 per month in a 50/50 parental visitation agreement. This news comes about a week after we all learned that Blake Griffin would be paying his baby mama $258,000/month in child support. Boozer’s change comes now that he’s an unemployed basketball player and brings in $19k a month, according to The Blast.

Something tells me Boozer’s lawyer is going to get more work after current NBA guys hear this news.

From The Blast:

According to court documents obtained by The Blast, Boozer asked the court earlier this year to decrease his $8,000 monthly child support payments to his ex-wife, Cindy Boozer.

The Boozers finally reached an agreement in 2015 but in his recent filing, Carlos claimed there had been a substantial change in his income since the time of their deal.

When he agreed to pay the $8k, he was playing for the Los Angeles Lakers and he expected to continue his career but did not get any offers. He ended up playing in China in 2016 but announced his retirement in December of 2017.

Now I’m sure Carlos won’t let his kids go hungry while they’re at mom’s house. I have a feeling that if something comes up he’ll be able to throw in a couple extra bucks here and there. After all, we’re talking about a guy who made $146,000,000 in salary over his career and should have a pretty nice pension coming in.