Everyone remembers Nazr Mohammed's postseason shove of LeBron James in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Semifinals.

He's wishing they didn't.

"Everywhere I go they're talking about it" Mohammed said. "I'm trying to get people to leave it alone forget about it move on. It just keeps coming up."

His now infamous toppling of the face of the NBA was just one of a few topics discussed when Mohammed joined the panel of SportsTalk Live earlier this week. Host David Kaplan asked Mohammed what an off-court confrontation between Mohammed and James would go like in a post-shove world but Mohammed didn't wnat to make a big deal of it.

"I'd say 'what's up?' I'd give him the head no" Mohammed said.." I'll speak to him as much as I did before the so-called incident. There's no hard feelings."

Mohammed a Chicago native re-signed with the Bulls this offseason after spending the majority of the 2012-13 season backing up Bulls All-Star center Joakim Noah. He'll likely have the same job in the upcoming season but the Bulls will look a little different mostly due to the return of Derrick Rose.