Nazr Mohammed staying in shape for next season

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Bulls center Nazr Mohammed shoves Heat forward LeBron James to the court and earns a technical foul and an ejection for his actions with 9:29 left in the second quarter as the Chicago Bulls battle the Miami Heat in game three of the NBA Eastern Conference semifinal game May 10, 2013 at the United Center. | Tom Cruze~Sun-Times

Nazr Mohammed, the Bulls’ 37-year-old center, is an unrestricted free agent this summer, and he doesn’t know if he will be in a Bulls uniform next season.

As Mohammed waits for NBA free agency, he has nothing left to do besides workout and play golf.

The 17-year veteran is getting ready for the 2016 NBA season by showing his fans his workouts on Instagram.

A photo posted by Nazr Mohammed (@nazrmohammed) on May 18, 2015 at 9:17pm PDT

The caption to this post said:

A lil late night workout. I like to end my workouts with a handstand or headstand. No days off til after The NBA Finals. Gotta train ur body and mind to stay ready til late June if u truly want to win a championship. Old habits die hard smh. Maybe next year…. If they’re still playing then I’m still working. Right now the body wants to keep playing, so I’ll listen to it. At the beginning of this year I treated it like it would be my last but it fell A photo posted by Nazr Mohammed (@nazrmohammed) on May 20, 2015 at 11:26am PDT

Mohammed is trying to keep his mind off basketball after the Bulls lost in Game 6 to the Cleveland Cavaliers, and took his talents to the golf course.

A video posted by Nazr Mohammed (@nazrmohammed) on May 18, 2015 at 6:08pm PDT

Mohammed, who played in 23 games and averaged 1.2 points per game this season, will either re-sign with the Bulls for his 18th season or play for his ninth NBA team.

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