He finished last season with a +/- of +167, the lowest of any Bull to play in at least 30 percent of Chicago's total minutes.
His impact could also help down the stretch. After all, to snag the eight-seed in the Eastern Conference this season, it might only take 30 wins. And for that reason, even teams like the 7-15 Nets are in the playoff mix, so roster moves to acquire veterans shouldn't come as too big of a surprise.
New Jersey waived Larry Owens to make room on the roster. Owens appeared in seven games for the Nets, scoring 13 points.