Greg Oden: Possibly Out For Season With Knee Injury

David O'Brien@DavidObrien19xCorrespondent IDecember 6, 2009

OAKLAND, CA - NOVEMBER 20:  Greg Oden #52 of the Portland Trail Blazers dunks against the Golden State Warriors during an NBA game at Oracle Arena on November 20, 2009 in Oakland, California.  (Photo by Jed Jacobsohn/Getty Images)
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 Greg Oden of the Portland Trail Blazers will likely most likely miss the rest of the season due to a knee injury occurred in Saturday night's game against Houston.

The center will need surgery. Oden collided with Aaron Brooks in the first quarter.

Oden was badly hurt and was taken off the court in a wheelchair. He went to go have an MRI immedieatly after.

Oden was the 1st pick in the '07 NBA draft out of Ohio State and has a terrible career inflicted with injuries.

Oden did not play his rookie season after having surgery on his right knee.

Oden missed a total of about 20 games because of his right foot and a bone chip in his right knee in the second half of the season.

Greg Oden got better over the offseason as well as his numbers while he was starting up until this point.

The Blazers have lost three staright and injuries have been keeping them down.

F Nicolas Batum: Shoulder

F Travis Outlaw: Foot

Rudy Fernandez most recently left a game with sciatic pain and had an MRI.

Even the coach had to undergo surgery because of his achillie's tendon.

Things are not looking up for the Blazers.