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Saturday, March 9th, 2013 at 10:23 am  |  19 responses

Greg Oden Sat In Dan Gilbert’s Courtside Seat at Cavs Game


Greg Oden says he won’t decide on which team to sign with until July—he’s reportedly considering the Heat, Cavs and Celtics. But the Cavs made a bold move Friday night in Cleveland, seating the 25-year-old center next to the team bench in owner Dan Gilbert’s courtside seat: “Officially, it wasn’t a recruiting trip. Greg Oden wasn’t at The Q to meet with the Cavaliers and discuss the possibility of signing with Cleveland. The former Ohio State player was a guest of his longtime friend, Memphis guard Mike Conley Jr. Once in the arena, however, the Cavaliers generously moved Oden to the courtside seat next to the team bench, his long legs stretching out onto the court. Oden is a free agent, and the Cavaliers remain high on his list of possibilities. Oden is not expected to sign with a team until the summer, though he said he’s leaving the timetable up to his agent, Mike Conley Sr. ‘I do think it’s a possibility,’ Oden said. ‘I definitely like this organization, I definitely like the direction they’re headed.’ In the meantime, Oden continues to rehab his knee injury. He said ‘it’s getting better,’ but after three microfracture surgeries, he still makes frequent doctor visits. The former No. 1 draft pick has not played in a game since 2009. Oden chatted with Cavaliers players throughout the game and at breaks, and even ventured into a Cavaliers suite at halftime.”

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  • zogs19994

    EH GREG… YOU CAN SIT HERE INSTEAD OF THE BENCH

  • Ben Ireland

    If he achieves half of his defensive potential and gets even ten points a game, the Cavs are a much better team, and have frightening upside. Waiters looks good, minus shot selection, but hopefully that comes, and Kyrie’s scary good. Add another draft pick, and Tristian Thompson developing more, and whatever they could get for Andy and I think this team has a lot of potential for next season to hit the playoffs as a low seed. But that’s putting alot of “if’s” on Dan Gilbert, and it’s Cleveland, soooo…..

  • 23

    Don’t forget the BIGGEST KING SIZED “IF” !

  • RKJ92

    I’d be so happy if Bron went back to Cleveland :)

  • Ben Ireland

    If that happens… No, I’m not even mentioning it, it’s not happening, sorry, Cavs fans !! I mean, to leave Miami for Cleveland, you’d have to be mental, right?

  • MasterSplinter

    I would too just to show how many heat fans are band wagon fans, who rootfor the favorite, or where the best player is.

  • http://twitter.com/Jzakoni Sanchez

    this cleveland team is looking to good soon

  • w mitbrodt

    Heat home games are still not even sold out every game….

  • palo

    all this buzz will die soon when he injures himself again…

  • RKJ92

    Well behind Kevin Garnett, LeBron is my fav player so I follow both of them some people aren’t bandwagon fans they just enjoy to root for their favorite players team.

  • sammyb96

    He should go to Phoenix, the Suns are good at fixing old ass mutherfukas up

  • JohnJohn

    Screw LeBron. I’m going for Kevin Love.

  • roscoe

    you can never sit in the boss’ chair… can you?

    don’t do it Greg… go to MIN or back to POR or HOU, Not CLE…. noOOOOo.

  • Brett (Cleveland)

    It’s funny because that will be the seat that he will be sitting in for 90% of the Cavs games next year.

  • JML-G

    exactly what i was thinking

  • 9Alex (cle)

    If he signs with us we will have 2 first overall picks, and if Lebron comes back (which I doubt he will) we will have 3.

  • sirdezal

    Maaann Phuck Lebron!@

  • http://www.facebook.com/shooting.guard.319 Shooting Guard

    hahahhaa damn dats funny

  • http://www.facebook.com/shooting.guard.319 Shooting Guard

    He should get into broadcasting

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