Follow Greg on his journey back to the court as he goes through rehab after having season ending micro-fracture surgery.

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Greg Oden
posted: Thursday, September 13, 2007 at 3:22 PM



Working out in the pool.


6 Comments:
Blogger Rob Kremers said...

Don't be down on yourself Greg, the fans are 100% behind you. Take your time, when you do step onto the court I guarantee the crowd will go crazy.

Best of luck!

September 19, 2007 at 4:46 PM  
Blogger Sheridan said...

Sup bum knee buddy? Hope all goes well!

September 19, 2007 at 6:41 PM  
Blogger maxiep said...

Greg -

Man, what a tough break tearing your articular cartilage. Here's hoping you'll be able to make a full recovery.

Even though you haven't yet played a game for us and are new to the West Coast, you're now part of our family. Know every Blazer fan is behind you and your long road back.

Best wishes. We'll be looking forward to you winning the ROY in 80-09!

September 19, 2007 at 11:32 PM  
Blogger The Hyper Bully said...

Get well soon, big guy. We're still behind you 100%. Take your time, heal completely, and buy yourself some nice suits. Joel and Nate are known for their classy and tasteful wardrobes, I'd recommend going to them for advice. Take care of yourself, God Bless, and best of luck in your recovery!

September 20, 2007 at 9:17 AM  
Blogger gymrat said...

Greg;

I know management is concerned about your quickness etc. but the bulk you've added will only help you dominate down low. Howard, Duncan, and even Shaq, will have their hands full with you my man! I think the size looks good on you.

Greg, Lake Oswego

December 7, 2007 at 8:13 PM  
Blogger Randy said...

Hey Greg, I had a similar problem and resultant knee operation. I went on to run marathons and climb one of the toughest routes in the Himalayas. You and your trainer are doing all the right stuff -- the most important part of your rehab, in my experience, is to KNOW, in your head and in your heart, that your knee is fine, then just go out and play like it is -- because it IS! In other words, focus on what you're capable of, what you want to do, rather than what you're afraid might happen, and you'll be just fine, man. Have a tremendous -- and fun -- 2008!

December 30, 2007 at 9:05 AM  

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