Nazr Mohammed provided the Bulls 11 minutes of solid defense in the paint per game last year, a few buckets here and there, and one famous shove of LeBron James in the playoffs.
That was enough to earn him a new deal.
The Bulls and Mohammed have agreed to a one-year, veteran minimum deal. That was first reported by Aggrey Sam of CSNChicago.com, then was confirmed on twitter by Mohammed himself.
This is a solid deal for both sides. However, it cannot be consummated until July 10 (the first day players can sign after the moratorium).