Chicago’s Carlos Boozer improved to 4-0 against his former team Friday night at EnergySolutions Arena.

Boozer, the ex-Jazz All-Star, scored 11 of his 19 points in the final 4:58 to help the Bulls rally past Utah.

Chicago’s 93-89 victory was its fourth straight since acquiring Boozer in a sign-and-trade deal prior to the 2010-11 season.

"It was a good win for us," Boozer said, noting the Bulls were coming off a 128-96 blowout loss at Denver on Thursday.

"We all felt terrible, so we came in today focused. I thought we had a great start. They are a good team. They fought back. … [But] at the end we just did a good job finishing. We did a good job passing the ball, making good plays, making free throws and getting stops when we had to."

Boozer’s night didn’t start well. He picked up two fouls in the first 5:12 and ended up playing only 31 minutes.

Oddly, Boozer said his foul predicament helped him down the stretch, when he helped the Bulls fight back from an 81-77 deficit.