Greg Oden might start for Miami Heat down stretch
CLEVELAND -- Nothing is certain yet, but the Heat is hoping Greg Oden can be permanent fixture in its starting lineup.
Oden started for the second game in a row on Tuesday in Cleveland, and Heat coach Erik Spoelstra would like Oden to remain in that position for the team's push to the playoffs. With Oden playing the first six minutes or so of the first and third quarters, the Heat can theoretically address a number of concerns, including a potential matchup with Roy Hibbert and the Indiana Pacers in the playoffs.
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