Report: Heat center Greg Oden likely done for season

The Miami Heat signed often injured big man Greg Oden this past offseason in hopes to counter Indiana Pacers’ center Roy Hibbert come playoff time. Unfortunately for the Heat, that doesn’t appear that it will have a chance to happen. According to a report from ESPN’s Brian Windhorst, Oden is not expected to be available for the remainder of the season and likely the playoffs...
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7 days ago  |  Discuss

Heat's Greg Oden likely done for remainder of season

Miami Heat center Greg Oden has not played since March 26th and has missed eight straight games. To add more bad news for the Heat, Oden's season is looking worse by the minute. According to Matt Glenesk on Twitter, NBA beat writer Brian Windhorst said on ESPN radio that he believes Oden will not play again this season, and that means the playoffs.Admist there has been no official...
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Chris Bosh takes subtle jab at Roy Hibbert

Chris Bosh took a jab at Roy Hibbert Roy Hibbert‘s stats will never blow you away. In fact, Hibbert’s stats since entering the league – both regular season and playoffs, are pedestrian at best. However, last season’s deep playoff run showed just what type of dominance Hibbert is capable of. The former Georgetown Hoyas center averaged 17.points, 9.9 rebounds and  1.9 blocks...
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23 days ago  |  Discuss

Greg Oden’s revenge game

Greg Oden has played 20 games for the Heat, averaging 12.0 points per 36 minutes and 9.2 rebounds per 36 minutes. Playing 20 games and 8.9 minutes per game seems like a major accomplishment for Oden. He has been riddled with injuries since he was drafted in 2006, playing parts of only three seasons including this year. So getting his first chance to play against the Blazers was probably...
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25 days ago  |  Discuss

Miami Heat: Starting Greg Oden would be a mistake

Is Greg Oden the right fit to play center for the Miami Heat? Greg Oden has started at center for the Heat in two of their last three games. He didn’t play last night in the loss against the Boston Celtics because Coach Erik Spoelstra plans to rest Oden when the team plays back-to-back games. The Heat are known for playing their small-ball style. That style has produced the...
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Miami Heat: Analysis On Their New Starter; Greg Oden

Miami Heat: Analysis On Their New Starter; Greg Oden By Nekias Duncan: Staff Writer At Hoopstuff… The regular season is starting to wind down, and once again, Erik Spoelstra is starting to finalize his rotation. Mario Chalmers, Dwyane Wade, LeBron James, and Chris Bosh are four of the five starters the Heat will put out there barring injury. The fifth man, normally Shane Battier...
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March 18, 2014  |  Discuss

Heat's Greg Oden will start tonight against Cavaliers

Miami Heat center Greg Oden will be in the starting lineup tonight against the Cavaliers, according to the Sun Sentinel.Oden started in the Heat's last game against the Rockets. He didn't record any points and played only 13 minutes, but it is a good sign concerning his knee issues that he can start in consecutive games. Oden will start in back-to-back games for the first...
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March 18, 2014  |  Discuss

WATCH: Greg Oden scores first regular season points since 2009

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January 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Oden was advised to quit basketball

The newest member of the Miami Heat said doctors told him to just go and lead a normal life following his most recent surgery in 2012. 

Via Los That Sports Blog
August 12, 2013  |  Discuss

Prospect: Oden 'looks unbelievable'

Deshaun Thomas, who also attended Ohio State and is expected to be second round pick, has been working out with Greg Oden and came away very impressed.

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May 17, 2013  |  Discuss

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