Although he was a bust in the NBA, Greg Oden is still living life. The former number one overall draft pick is currently a manager for the Ohio State men’s basketball team.
He recently celebrated his 30th birthday and in doing so, it looks like he is having a good time. This post may seem trivial but it is always nice to see that the pressure of who he was as a player isn’t getting to him.
The party was at a roller rink and it was a Fresh Prince Of Bel Air themed event. It wasn’t just that either, Oden also went to the New England Patriots AFC Championship game. His tickets were provided courtesy of the Patriots’ owner, Robert Kraft. Not a bad person to have on your side.
I had a great birthday weekend, thank you @ohiobeauty that cake and the table was the truth. I love you and I’m excited about Chapter 30 with you and Londyn. Thank you to everyone that came out and for the good birthday wishes, I appreciate them. Thanks to @patriots for the tickets @tombrady showed out. @jaguars I’m excited about the future and glad we got to see @bbrown33kb.
While he only played 105 games in his career, it is always great to see former players that didn’t pan out still being successful in other ways.