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Basketball ] MiamiHerald.com:
The Portland Trail Blazers and center Greg Oden agreed to a one-year contract on Friday.
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Q reports Greg Oden is returning to the Portland Trail Blazers sometime in 2012. The center who is a free agent will reportedly sign a one-year offer with the Blazers. He turns 24 in January, and will be paid $8.9 million this season. He missed all of last season after undergoing microfracture surgery on his left knee on Nov. 19. Greg Oden hopes to join Brandon Roy et al in late...
The Trailblazers have re-signed 23-year old center Greg Oden to a 1-year deal. Oden missed all of last season due to knee surgery. He last played back in 2009-2010 for the Blazers and he averaged 23.9 minutes, 11.1 points, 8.5 rebounds, 0.9 assists and 2.3 blocked shots per game. Oden has now played in 82 games (60 starts) in his first three years in the NBA and he is averaging...
Ever since the 2007 draft, the Portland Trail Blazers have been all-in on Greg Oden. They’ve stuck it out through injuries and missed games. He’s only played 82 games in his four-year career, and hasn’t even seen the floor since December of 2009. Despite all this, it looks like the Blazers still want him. Blazers reporter Jason Quick says Oden is going to sign a one-year deal...
Free agent center Greg Oden will sign a one-year qualifying offer with the Trail Blazers on Friday according to agent Bill Duffy, reports Jason Quick of The Oregonian.
It’s hard to think that Oden is still just 23 years of age. He’ll be 24 in January.
He has not played in an NBA game since December of 2009 due to a left knee injury.
The contract is worth $8.9 million according...
So this really can't be good.
Portland Trail Blazers' Greg Oden has reportedly suffered a set back from knee surgery recovery. The set back is unknown but whatever it is, it was discovered during a physical.
"Following Greg's most recent physical examination and evaluation, we've determined that he has suffered a setback,'' team president Larry Miller...
PORTLAND, Ore. -- The Portland Trail Blazers and Greg Oden agreed to a restructured one-year contract after the oft-injured center had another setback during his rehabilitation from microfracture surgery on his left knee.
Portland Trail Blazers center Greg Oden will sign the team's $8.9 million qualifying offer on Friday.
Agent Bill Duffy confirmed to The Oregonian that the oft-injured Oden will ink the one-year deal when the team opens training camp.
The top overall pick of the 2007 draft, Oden missed his rookie campaign following microfracture surgery on his right knee.
Oden has played in...
The Portland Trail Blazers and Greg Oden agreed to a restructured one-year contract after the oft-injured center had another setback during his rehabilitation from microfracture surgery on his left knee.
PORTLAND, Ore. -- Center Greg Oden's agent says the often-injured former No. 1 draft pick will sign the Portland Trail Blazers' $8.9 million qualifying offer on Friday.
Agent Bill Duffy confirmed that Oden would sign the one-year deal on Friday, when the team opens training camp.
The deal means that Oden will become an unrestricted free agent after this season.
Portland Trail Blazers' fans discuss the one-year deal for Greg Oden.
Greg Oden will be staying in Portland for at least another season, reports the Oregonian: “The free agent center will sign a one-year qualifying offer with the Trail Blazers on Friday according to agent Bill Duffy. Oden, who turns 24 in January, will be paid $8.9 million this season. Starting Friday, Oden was eligible to receive free agent offers from other teams, after which...
The Trail Blazers are giving Greg Oden one more shot. Oden is going to sign the Blazers one-year qualifying offer at $8.9 million, reports Jason Quick at the Oregonian. This is essentially the last year of his rookie deal, Oden will be an unrestricted free agent at the end of this season. Oden has played…
The Portland Trail Blazers say they have signed center Greg Oden to a one-year contract, but not the qualifying offer that he had agreed upon earlier.
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) -- Center Greg Oden, Portland's often-injured former No. 1 draft pick, will sign the Trail Blazers' $8.9 million qualifying offer on Friday, Oden's agent said.
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