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    Oden planning comeback for next season?

    Chris Haynes ‏@ChrisBHaynes
    Nicolas Batum says yesterday he had dinner w/former #Blazers Greg Oden. Batum says he looks good & is planning a return to NBA next season.
    so dope. would be amazing if it worked out.

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    He should just forget about it. Im sorry.

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    Either the Suns or the Heat. If healthy I would love him to be on the Knicks

    As a back-up to Chandler. Idk if he can play the 4 very well never watched him since he has been hurt as long as I can remember.
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    Spurs should take a look
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    Kawhi is nothing but a average player on a good system.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Nate30 View Post
    Spurs should take a look
    Every team should. You cant teach size.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SINCESTARBURY25 View Post
    Every team should. You cant teach size.
    Also can't play if you don't have healthy knees.

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    Brandon Roy 2?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SINCESTARBURY25 View Post
    Every team should. You cant teach size.
    It doesnt matter, this guy has spent more time rehabbing than actually playing basketball. He hasnt played basketball in over 3 years!

    Greg Oden should give it up. Go down as a player who had all the potential in the world and got struck hard by injury, but dont try to comeback and ruin any potential good thoughts remaining about you.

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    Spurs, Heat, and Boston should be looking at him. Low risk High reward. Also maybe the Lakers if Dwight leaves.

    GO LAKERS

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    Quote Originally Posted by THE MTL View Post
    It doesnt matter, this guy has spent more time rehabbing than actually playing basketball. He hasnt played basketball in over 3 years!

    Greg Oden should give it up. Go down as a player who had all the potential in the world and got struck hard by injury, but dont try to comeback and ruin any potential good thoughts remaining about you.
    Definitely the losers/defeated mentality here. Obviously he would know best what an uphill battle it is, and so long as he is not risking his mobility for the rest of his life (even if he is, his choice to go down fighting), I see no reason why he shouldn't chase his dream.

    I'll wish him luck, I think he'll need some.

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    I always thought it was a foregone conclusion that he would at least attempt another comeback


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    Doubt it'll work out , look at brandon Roy ...but I wish him well , I feel bad for him , imagine being that good at basketball its your lifelong dream u get picked first overall and then you deal with what he has dealt with ...at least he's now rich and never has to work again

    steal of the draft cleanthony early

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    It's not like his knees can get any worse. Might as well try and play. He is still fairly young and the league is in need of big men.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tredigs View Post
    Definitely the losers/defeated mentality here. Obviously he would know best what an uphill battle it is, and so long as he is not risking his mobility for the rest of his life (even if he is, his choice to go down fighting), I see no reason why he shouldn't chase his dream.

    I'll wish him luck, I think he'll need some.
    Absolutely this. The stupid sportscenter narrative view of sports is bad enough as it is usually - but it's just the worst to suggest a guy should give up on the dream because he's worried about what he's going to go down in history as. So dumb.

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