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Old 11-27-2011, 04:49 AM   #13
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Default Re: Greg Oden is still healing and not cleared for basketball activity

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Originally Posted by pete's montreux
Big Z's first four seasons were completely injury riddled and he came back to become a very good NBA player so It's not far fetched.

The sad thing is though, all the 'what if' questions we will no doubt be asking for years to come about what his real potential was if completely healthy.

Big Z, as solid a career as he had, was never likely to be a dominating force the magnitude of what Oden was supposed to be. If he does come back and have a really solid career, it might make you think he could have been something special if not for his health issues.

It's just sad, I feel bad for the guy. I can't help but worry something else will happen to him once he's back and playing eventually.
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