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Greg Oden Gets Himself a Fresh Cut

Greg Oden’s been in the headlines recently for labeling himself as “the biggest bust in NBA history,” which is just preposterous. Pretty much everyone has stated it already, but you can’t be the biggest draft flop if injuries keep you from maximizing your talents. 72 more words

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Former Heat center calls himself 'biggest bust in NBA history'

Greg Oden was one of the most highly touted centers to come out of college in the last decade, but he failed to live up to expectations during an injury-plagued NBA career that spanned just three seasons, including one with the Miami Heat. 342 more words

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Former Heat center calls himself 'biggest bust in NBA history'

Greg Oden was one of the most highly touted centers to come out of college in the last decade, but he failed to live up to expectations during an injury-plagued NBA career that spanned just three seasons, including one with the Miami Heat. 342 more words

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Greg Oden: What Could Have Been

Greg Oden: What Could Have Been

By Cameron Tackett: Lead Writer/Editor

    Greg Oden recently opened up and told Outside the Lines that he agreed with the consensus amongst most fans that he is one of the biggest busts of all time. 1,682 more words

Kevin Durant Has Some Strong Opinions On Anyone Calling Greg Oden A Bust

Last month, former No. 1 draft pick Greg Oden acknowledged that his playing days are probably over. He also acknowledged that he’ll likely go down as the… 238 more words

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Kevin Durant is right: Greg Oden wasn't a bust and shouldn't be remembered as one

In an ESPN special this week Greg Oden, who was selected first in the 2007 NBA draft but played just 82 games in five seasons for the Portland Trail Blazers, said that he’d go down as “the biggest bust in NBA history.” 436 more words

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Greg Oden Thinks He'll Be Remembered As 'The Biggest Bust In NBA History'

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Greg Oden remains one of the tragic figures of the NBA in the 21st century. Filled with promise, selected first overall by the Portland Trail Blazers ahead of Kevin Durant, persistent knee injuries refused to let him stay on the court. 237 more words

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