Greg Oden (Mr. Glass) Out 2-4 Weeks

Gregory, Gregory, Gregory I mean what can I say? The 2nd year Rookie suffered a injury on opening night in the nationally televised game against the Lakers. The Blazers say that the injury is a mid-foot avulsion fracture that will hold him out for the next 2-4 weeks. The next couple of weeks were supposed to be games on the NBA schedule to showcase Oden against some powerful competition (Shaq, Tim Duncan, Dwight Howard). Oden (aka Mr. Glass) has seen better days, it seems every time things get ready to go in motion he stalls. Portland put your faith in Brandon Roy he’s reliable.
Damn you looking old Greg, I mean REALLY looking old bro. *Check out the Sam Jackson Section of the Blog*

 

 

NBA LIVE 96 (Power of gods)

NBA Live 96 was the 2nd installment in the epic series and it held its own. When I was young I dreamed of Jordan, I mean not in that way but in the way I wanted to go to the NBA. I realized I would never make it due to my failing grades and thirst for trouble, but in 1997 I found a loophole. My pops was not into buying me entertainment systems so I had to go to my best friend Chad’s crib to play current video games. I remember Chad borrowed NBA Live from a mutual friend and had it playing one eve when I came over. I remember peeping the graphics like damn this aint bad (mind you I was an avid watcher off all things NBA on NBC the theme was crack by the way). Then I seen what would change my life forever, a 7 footer named “JUMPMAN” on the blazers, clearly I thought this was some sort of typo till Chad told me he CREATED HIM!!! I was shocked never before in a game have I seen or heard of making your own character and then embarking on a NBA season. After seeing that visual I later got a genesis and NBA Live 96, I created many characters and embarked on many a season of NBA. I guess my dream did come true I made it to the NBA.