The nerds weigh in on "ball don't lie".
Some interesting quotes from Dame in this article
Basketball gave Greg Oden everything. Then took it all away. No one would blame the former no. 1 pick for walking away from a game that brought him so much pain, but Oden simply can’t quit basketball. He still, miraculously, loves it. Now he’s back home again in Indiana, searching for purpose on the sidelines at Butler.
As teams look to diversify their executive ranks, more players with WNBA ties have joined NBA staffs. But no franchise can match Portland's star quartet.
Anyone need a 7’, rim protecting 3&D center?
Top Five offensive player. Media juggernaut. Toyota franchisee. Oakland native. Decent human being.
Takes one to know one. ;-)
He made a mistake, but it sounds like he's gone above and beyond trying to educate himself and make up for it, and though I was never a fan of him as a player, I absolutely think he deserves another shot in the league if he can find a roster with a need for a 3 point shooting big man.
In 2020, Jordan’s former Bulls teammate Craig Hodges said on VladTV that the six-time NBA champion finally admitted Drexler was as good as he was but didn’t market himself properly.