Again, if you respect an organization like Chicago, with fairly strong management and an intelligent coach, and they are willing to take on Bargs just to get rid of Boozer...I don't know, alarm bells ring in my head when I think of it. This isn't like Millsap, Jefferson or Smith, where they are upcoming FAs, so it makes sense their teams want to trade them. It's not like Gasol where he doesn't fit in with his team at all, he's injured and they're constantly under pressure to contend. Why would Chicago want to trade a guy who gets 15 and 10 if he's not some kind of liability? I don't think the pay difference is the clincher, I think it's that they actually think Bargs immediately steps in and they're at least as good....so no thank you to Boozer.
If BC can't address the PF situation with Bargs, he should just try to improve the depth of the team...get a competent PF or a solid backup PG....maybe a better backup C...who knows....but I would prefer such options to Boozer.