Greg Oden: Former Golden Boy Looks To Return to His Golden Form

June 4th, 2010 by Ryan Virgin Leave a reply »
Greg Oden isn't playing basketball.

He isn't working on his post moves.

He isn't running, shooting, or jumping.

He isn't even in the gym.

But Greg Oden is making strides towards greatness that can only come in the darkest of times.

The Former No. 1 pick is beginnning to understand the situation he is in.

But before I go any deeper, let me start this thing from the top.

Greg Oden had a rocky start to his career after missing what would have been his rookie season due to precautionary microfracture surgery. Then, In his regular season debut the following year, Greg Landed on the foot of Derek Fisher and sprained his ankle, causing him to miss significant time.

Later on in the season, Greg and Corey Maggette of the Golden State Warriors banged knees.

The result? Chipped kneecap for Greg Oden.

Now there is this, the Fractured kneecap of the same knee. I suppose it could have been worse, but you never want to see this happen to a good guy like Greg.

To everyone surrounding Greg Oden and the Portland Trail Blazers, the contact-less fracture of Greg Oden's k ...

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