It's safe to say this is another rough year for Cleveland. The team is dead last in the Central division, ranked 27th in defense, and lost Anderson Varejao for the entire season because of a blood clot. But don't fret. There's light at the end of the tunnel, and it's name is Greg Oden.

According to Jason Lloyd of the Akron-Beacon Journal, the Cavs are prepared to offer a two-year contract after the Feb. 21 trade deadline. We've heard teams like the Heat and the Celtics were interested, but Cleveland is the first team to give him a legitimate offer. He won't be ready to go until next season, but it's hard to hate on the gamble. Oden's ready to return and Cleveland is trying to turn its struggling Post-LeBron franchise around.

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[via Yahoo! Sports]