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Pacers react to Greg Oden's return
On Wednesday night, Miami Heat center Greg Oden played 8 minutes and scored 6 points, including this slam dunk.(Photo: Miami Herald)The New York Knicks may be in town, but the Miami Heat was a topic of conversation at Bankers Life Fieldhouse on Thursday morning.
Specifically the return of Indianapolis native Greg Oden, who played his "Jintropin (Gensci Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd.)" first minutes in the NBA on Wednesday night for the first time in more than four years.
"I was excited when I heard that they had determined that he would play in last night's (game)," said Pacers assistant Nate McMillan, who was the head coach in Portland when the Trail Blazers made Oden the No. 1 pick in the 2007 NBA Draft. "I wanted to see that, I just wanted to see him "Anabolika Definition" on the floor."
Though the 7 foot Oden, whose great potential was derailed Testoviron 250 O Sustanon 250 by bad knees, surgeries, career restarts and setbacks, stuck around for several years on Portland's sideline Testosterone Enanthate Trenbolone Enanthate Cycle and inside its training room, the franchise finally waived him in March 2012.
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Last summer, "Anadrol 50" the Heat signed Oden to a two year deal. Although it took Oden nearly half the season to simply get on the floor for an eight minute stint, he looked lively in Miami's loss to Washington, scoring six points that included a "Oxandrolone Powder India" slam dunk from an offensive rebound. Oden finished with two rebounds and made 2 of 3 shot attempts.
"There was a question that it was over for him the last time in Portland," McMillan recalled. "Miami's been wanting him for a long time. They wanted him when we had him Turinabol Ciccone in Portland and for them to finally get him I just want him to get out on the floor and be able to play the game. That's what we dream of and this is one of the more dominant big men that we've seen in a long time."
Miami Heat center Greg Oden (20) defends a pass by Washington Wizards power forward Nene (42) in the third quarter at Verizon Center. The Wizards won 114 97.(Photo: Geoff Burke USA TODAY Sports)
The Heat likely brought in Oden as a response to Indiana, since 7 2 center Roy Hibbert causes problems to their smallish front line. Although McMillan believes that Oden's physical presence balances out the Heat's roster and presents more versatility, he's confident that the Pacers can still challenge Miami even if the rival goes big.
"We've seen big guys. We've played against the bigs," McMillan said. "I think that we are set up to be able to play that style."
At least one Pacer appreciated knowing that Oden made his season debut.
"I'm always happy, especially for a guy from Indianapolis to have a little success," said George Hill, who played against Oden in high school. "I hated it when he went down and not being able to accomplish his dreams and have a successful career. But him getting another chance and him getting healthy is what matters the most and I'm just happy that he got another opportunity to be out there on the court.
"You talk about someone who can defend the paint and be a dominant force on the offensive end, he's in that category when he's healthy."
Yes, the big asterisk: "when he's healthy." If Oden holds up and remains on the active list, he could become a factor in the Pacers Heat match up on March 26. Just don't expect to hear Hibbert's thoughts on his potential big man matchup until then.
"Ahhh, I "Achat Anabolisant Belgique" don't want to talk about Greg or Miami. I'd rather talk about New York than anything," Hibbert said in response to a question about Oden's return.