Greg Oden can’t be stopped… in pickup game (video)

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Former No. 1 pick and self-described bust Greg Oden said he’s not interested in a comeback, but that doesn’t mean he has completely given up basketball, as his poor opponent found out.

By the way, if you’re wondering about Oden’s felony battery charge, he reached a plea deal. Details of his sentence:

Battery with Moderate Bodily Injury

Fee Totals:

Criminal Court Costs and Fees
$168.00

Criminal Case Fines
$32.00

Fee Totals $
$200.00

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Confinement to Commence 12/23/2014

Probation
Term: 910 Days
Jail Credit: 1 Days
Suspended: 909 Days

Condition – Adult:

1. Counseling, 26 week Domestic Violence Counseling 12/23/2014, Active 12/23/2014
2. Court Ordered Classes, Alcoholics Anonymous 12/23/2014, Active 12/23/2014
3. No Contact, 12/23/2014, Active 12/23/2014
4. Probation, 909 days 12/23/2014, Active 12/23/2014

Comment (Probation may transfer out-of-state. Probationer may petition for Alternative Misdemeanor Sentencing (AMS) upon successful completion of Probation and 3 years after sentencing Probation may transfer out-of-state.)