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I predicted Oden's injury - poor Trailblazers!

Back in July (July 5th to be exact) I said that I thought it would be funny if Oden, the Trailblazers new draft pick, was hurt and could not play for this season.

Well, it has come true. He is most likely out for the entire season.

I think this is funny.

Not because I want him to be hurt, not because I enjoy anyone *actually* being hurt. Bit simply because when they drafted him everyone here in Portland went berzerk.

People would not shut up. Banners were hung all over town. People made signs. It was ridiculous. It was like he was the second coming.

What's more amazing is that my exact words were:
Oh, and I think it would be extremely funny if the Portland TrailBlazers pick - Oden - like blows his knee or something while doing something mundane, like getting out of the shower.

Well, here are Oden's exact words from his personal blog:
On my vacation earlier this summer i got up off the couch and remember my knee having a sharp pain in it.

Whoah - I sorta, well, nailed it!

But of course this won't teach all those people not to hang the banners along with the hopes of the entire team all on one person. You see Portland Trailblazer fans - it takes an entire team to win ball games.

But what would I know, I am an Oakland Raiders fan. D'Oh!


Kenny said…
if(someoneGotTold == true)
echo 'Oh, snap!';

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