Cleaning your nasal passages is better than watching the Knicks.
You can't be humiliated if you don't even try. I guess.
Who says you have to throw alley-oop passes only to the basket?
All of the honking actually blew out Greg Oden's eardrums.
If he was 8-foot-1, he totally would have put that down.
"I'm happier than I have been in years now that I made this decision to move on from traditional basketball and focus on a career in the National Wheelchair Basketball Association," said Oden before boing under the knife. "I am excited for a fresh start as an athlete."
Oden says he made the decision because he was tired of sitting on the sidelines during his athletic prime.
"I'm 24 years-old now. I've barely played in a game since I was 21," he said. "And there is no end in sight to the surgeries. But on the wheelchair court I can immediately utilize my strength, arm length and shooting touch. It was an easy decision for me."
While Oden went into surgery in a positive mood, doctors dread telling him what they found during the dual amputation.
Cereal at a pro sports event will run you $8.50.
Even TMZ probably wouldn't refer to Greg Oden as a "star".
She (he?) will wake up if the P.A. plays Slayer.
That guy is so bad he could play for the Heat.