Throughout his 17-year career, Nazr Mohammed spent time with nearly a third of the teams in the NBA. Now retired, the center decided to create a little tribute to all of those teams.
Mohammed, a Chicago native, shared a picture of his home weight room on his personal Instagram. Surrounding the room’s TV are stickers of all eight of the teams Mohammed played for during his career and the University of Kentucky, his collegiate team.
Finished my wall in my weight room. A representation of all the @NBA teams I played for and of course @kentuckymbb #17yearsStrong #TagTheTeamUWatchedMeWith #GottaScratchOutThatHornetsAndWriteInBobcats lol #KenwoodBroncos #ReavisLegends #YVI
A photo posted by Nazr Mohammed (@nazrmohammed) on Jan 18, 2016 at 2:37pm PST
As Mohammed notes in one of the many hashtags he used, the stickers are a little deceiving. Mohammed played for the Charlotte Bobcats, which has since changed its name to the Hornets.
Left off the wall entirely was Chicago’s Kenwood Academy, Mohammed’s high school team. Although that may be because they just didn’t have a sticker.
Mohammed spent his final three years with the Bulls, almost entirely at the end of the bench.
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