Found March 09, 2013 on Beyond The Buzzer:
Greg Oden sat in Cavs owner, Dan Gilbert’s, courtside seats at Friday night’s Cavaliers-Grizzlies game at Quicken Loans Arena and was cheered on by fans both times he was shown on the video board. Oden said he’s still interested in signing with Cleveland but will likely wait until the summer to sign with any team. According to Jason Lloyd, Akron Beacon Journal: Oden attended the Cavs’ game Friday as a guest of Memphis Grizzlies point guard Mike Conley Jr., his best friend since childhood – yet wound up in Cavs owner Dan Gilbert’s baseline seats adjacent the Cavs’ bench. Oden was showed on the video board twice during the game as fans cheered and said he is still interested in playing for the Cavs despite not signing a contract yet. “I live in Ohio. It’s home now,” Oden said. “They have a great organization and I really do think they’re up and coming…” “Obviously the longer it goes, the more it looks like that” he won’t sign until summer, Oden’s agent, Mike Conley Sr. said F
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