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The ‘Greg Oden looks like he’s 50′ jokes will never get old. HA! That’s funny, too. But one has to imagine that the bulk of the kids attending the recent Justin Bieber concert in Indianapolis probably were a bit skeeved out when they saw the 7 footer rocking out alongside them. No serious, he was. Greg Oden is at the Justin Bieber concert in Indy lolllllllll pic.twitter.com/PRMdtHgJKo — whitney (@its_whitney) July 11, 2013 Oh c’mon, that could be any tall dude sitting in the way of much shorter concert-goers. Greg Oden is at the Justin Bieber concert in Indy lolllllllll pic.twitter.com/PRMdtHgJKo — whitney (@its_whitney) July 11, 2013 And there ya go. What would be more shocking to you? Seeing Oden resurrect his career that never really started which had so much promise, or that he’s a Belieber? I know, tough pick. The former #1 overall draft pick, chosen just before Kevin Durant, is reportedly aiming for a return in the 2013-2014 season. The NBA Champion Miami Heat have reportedly shown the most interest in giving him a shot.
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