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Why HEAT?

Why have the HEAT not sign Greg Oden or Andray Blatche for min. 2 year team option deal? I understand Greg Oden has been hurt more than he has played, but the only piece the HEAT are missing is a big time C he could be that guy. Even if he only plays half the season he is an upgrade over Joel Anthony. Now to Blatche I know he is a nut sometimes, but the guy isnt a bad player and with the guidence of LBJ, Wade, and Bosh he could be useful.


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Word has it that there are

Word has it that there are about 7 teams interested in Greg Oden,including the Heat,Pacers,Spurs & even the Orlando Magic.....But has yet to offer him a contract,becuz there's a 75% chance he will not play this season...In a recent interview Oden himself said if he did play this season,he wouldnt be able to hit the court until after the All-Star Break...

Blatche makes sense for the Heat,they need low post scoring & more rebounding, especially if they meet the Lakers in the Final...

Blatche's agent said last month no teams had called his client since the Wizards let him go...There was a rumor about 2 weeks ago,that the Spurs were interested in him,but some believe his agent made it up,so teams would become interested in him....The Spurs really could use him..Pop is exactly the person to get him on the right track...

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Blatche makes sense for the

Blatche makes sense for the Heat,they need low post scoring & more rebounding, especially if they meet the Lakers in the Final...

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Once upon a time, Tracy

Once upon a time, Tracy McGrady was considered to be one of the best players in the NBA. The seven-time All-Star and two-time scoring champion seemed destined to be mentioned in the same breath as Michael Jordan, Dominique Wilkins and Kobe Bryant, some of the most electrifying scorers in the history of the NBA, but he never quite lived up to that billing.

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