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Kevin Durant Greg Oden
Position: ForwardPosition: Center
Height/Weight: 6-9 (2.06 m)/ 225 (102.1 kg)Height/Weight: 7-0 (2.13 m) / 250 (113.4 kg)
Birthdate: September 29, 1988 (Washington, D.C.)Birthdate: January 22, 1988 (Indianapolis)
College: TexasCollege: Ohio State


Mike Rice: Durant would open up the outside and not allow anyone to be double teamed inside. He also would be able to get to the foul line a lot something Nate believes in.


Mike Rice: Oden would change the way the Trail Blazers play the game----they would become a up-tempo team with his rebounding and shot blocking skills.


Brian Wheeler: Would fill perhaps the Blazers' biggest need....a prime-time shooter capable of scoring from anywhere on the court.


Brian Wheeler: A game-changer on defense...would form a tremendous shot blocking duo with LaMarcus.


Antonio Harvey: Without a doubt, the best player in college basketball this year. K.D. can do it all, dribble, pass, and shoot. A great kid, that will be able to step in and lock down the one position that is still unresolved on this roster, the Small Forward position, but he will also be able to slide over to the Power Forward position, and with his shooting skills, he may even play a little shooting guard. No matter where you put this young man on the court, he is guaranteed to be an impact player in the league right away.


Antonio Harvey: At 7' 250lbs. Greg Oden will be a lock for NBA all-defensive team, for many years to come, but after watching him play in the NCAA tournament, I believe this young man will be the best big to enter the NBA since Tim Duncan. With the young core of Brandon Roy, Lamarcus Aldridge, Jarret Jack, and Sergio Rodriquez, Greg could be the man in the middle to complete the Trail Blazers resurgence.


Mike Barrett: Durant is a little like Oden, in that we dont yet know exactly how good he can be. With his size, shooting range, and ball handling, and passing skills, hes a freak of nature. Hell start immediately in the NBA and is probably one of the best athletes to ever enter the draft. Its tough to even find a legitimate comparison for what he can potentially become.


Mike Barrett: To say hes the best big man to come out of college basketball in a decade is perhaps an understatement. He injured his right hand before last season, and then basically dominated the college game with his left. It would be incredibly difficult to pass on Oden, whos just scratching the surface of what he can become.