Greg Oden

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    Greg Oden

    What are the C's waiting for?  Oden is the best pickup of the summer OR a  guaranteed ticket to next year's lottery.  Tap that Danny Boy!

     
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    Re: Greg Oden

    In response to Fierce34's comment:

    In response to CommyContrarianOnTwitter's comment:

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    pick up both oden and monta ellis

    COMMY COMMY COMMY COMMY CONTRARIAN, HE COMES AND GOES, HE COMES AND GOES... @commyContrarian on Twitter!

     



    That's not even possible.

     

    Pick Ellis for the MLE?

    The Celts only have the MLE to offer.

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    How much do you think he could. I would think if it is under 10 million the Celtcs have enough pieces to do a sign and trade.

     
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    i wish jimmer was taller. he and bradley would make a nice offense/defense rotation at the 2. and he's cheap.

     
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    Oden is so going to Miami or San Antonio. 

    Boston or Phoenix have better trainers/medical facilities.  His agent is not doing the smart thing to revive his career.

     
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    Miami worked out Oden about a week ago.  Seems like if Oden were to choose the Heat, he would have done so by now, right?  Could he be waiting to see what sort of deal the Celtics offer him before committing to a bench role in San Antonio?  Let's keep our fingers crossed.

     
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    Oden is crazy if he's not going to join a team who is not committed to making the play-offs. He needs to condition himself back into NBA and get himself into a shop window. Cs or Lakers are a perfect team to do this. 

     
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    Oden is looking for more teams to fleece.  He knows that this is his last big paycheck so he is going to squeeze as much as he could from whoever.  Just let it go, he is not worth it.

     
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    Re: Greg Oden

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    Oden is looking for more teams to fleece.  He knows that this is his last big paycheck so he is going to squeeze as much as he could from whoever.  Just let it go, he is not worth it.



    Exactly.  Oden is Done. Finished. Through. No more.

    Just like Brandon Roy, this guy wants one last payday from a sucker. And who can blame him if some team is stupid enough to give him guaranteed money (like Bynum) to limp on the court for a few minutes before he retires for good. 

     
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    Re: Greg Oden

    In response to Eldunker's comment:

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    Oden is looking for more teams to fleece.  He knows that this is his last big paycheck so he is going to squeeze as much as he could from whoever.  Just let it go, he is not worth it.

     



    Exactly.  Oden is Done. Finished. Through. No more.

     

    Just like Brandon Roy, this guy wants one last payday from a sucker. And who can blame him if some team is stupid enough to give him guaranteed money (like Bynum) to limp on the court for a few minutes before he retires for good. 

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    Just read that he was at a Bieber concert... thats enough for me not to want him...lol

     
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    Re: Greg Oden

    In response to Eldunker's comment:

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    Oden is looking for more teams to fleece.  He knows that this is his last big paycheck so he is going to squeeze as much as he could from whoever.  Just let it go, he is not worth it.

     



    Exactly.  Oden is Done. Finished. Through. No more.

     

    Just like Brandon Roy, this guy wants one last payday from a sucker. And who can blame him if some team is stupid enough to give him guaranteed money (like Bynum) to limp on the court for a few minutes before he retires for good. 




    Yeah, like that broken down money hungry Walton guy.   All he was in it for was the money..hahaha 

    He was one of the greatest of all time but spent way too much time injured.  For a broken down center he added an awful lot to what I consider one of the top 5 all time teams in 85-86.  Couldn't Oden come back and add something like Walton?

    If it doesn't cost you too much why not give him a shot?

     
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    Re: Greg Oden

    Oden's knee(s) injury history:

    Oden had microfracture surgery on his ailing right knee after the draft in September 2007 and missed the entire season.

    Oden left his 2008 NBA debut with a foot injury after playing thirteen scoreless minutes against the Los Angeles Lakers.  In February, 2009, he injured his left knee in a game due to a chipped knee cap.

    In December, 2009, Oden injured his left knee again in the first quarter of a game. He was taken off the court on a stretcher. Later, he underwent surgery for a fractured left patella and missed the rest of the season. 

    In November, 2010, the team announced that Oden would have microfracture surgery on his left knee, ending his 2010–2011 season.[15] The injury marked Oden's third NBA season cut short due to a knee injury.

    In December, 2011, the Trail Blazers announced that Oden had suffered an unspecified "setback" that left them less optimistic about his ability to play in the 2011–2012 season.  In February, 2012, Oden underwent arthroscopic surgery on his right knee.  Oden was also scheduled for a procedure on his left knee similar to the procedure he underwent on his right knee. However, during the operation, further damage to the articular cartilage was discovered, and Oden underwent his third micro-fracture surgery.  In March, 2012, Oden was waived by the Blazers.

    He has appeared in only 82 of 410 games in his five season career.

     

     
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    Re: Greg Oden

    Oden represents...once upon a time.

    He depends on fairy tails.

    Move on.

     
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    Oden is the modern day Sam Bowie.  At least Bowie was able to salvage a few years at the end of his career. Bynum/Oden=done!!!

    Born and Raised in LA and I bleed kelly green!!!!!!!  Go Boston.  A fan since 1980....

     
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    Re: Greg Oden

    In response to Eldunker's comment:

    Oden's knee(s) injury history:

    Oden had microfracture surgery on his ailing right knee after the draft in September 2007 and missed the entire season.

    Oden left his 2008 NBA debut with a foot injury after playing thirteen scoreless minutes against the Los Angeles Lakers.  In February, 2009, he injured his left knee in a game due to a chipped knee cap.

    In December, 2009, Oden injured his left knee again in the first quarter of a game. He was taken off the court on a stretcher. Later, he underwent surgery for a fractured left patella and missed the rest of the season. 

    In November, 2010, the team announced that Oden would have microfracture surgery on his left knee, ending his 2010–2011 season.[15] The injury marked Oden's third NBA season cut short due to a knee injury.

    In December, 2011, the Trail Blazers announced that Oden had suffered an unspecified "setback" that left them less optimistic about his ability to play in the 2011–2012 season.  In February, 2012, Oden underwent arthroscopic surgery on his right knee.  Oden was also scheduled for a procedure on his left knee similar to the procedure he underwent on his right knee. However, during the operation, further damage to the articular cartilage was discovered, and Oden underwent his third micro-fracture surgery.  In March, 2012, Oden was waived by the Blazers.

    He has appeared in only 82 of 410 games in his five season career.

     




    Geesh...thats some bad wheels there!!

     

    Walton and Sam Bowie come to mind

     

     

     
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