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Greg Oden was arrested early Thursday morning in Lawrence, Ind. after he allegedly punched a female. According to the probable cause affidavit obtained by WTHR, a witness claims to have seen the NBA free agent punch a woman in the face.

No matter how much a women may stress you out, there is no excuse for taking physical action. Hopefully for Oden this arrest won't result in him losing his job, although he is barely hanging onto it as it is. Be sure to check back to Fantasy Alarm as more information is released on this incident. ANALYST: Matthew Beck

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