U.S. Olympic legend John Carlos -- who famously raised the black power fist at the '68 Games -- is warning Shaquille O'Neal about criticizing Colin Kaepernick's protest... saying he's going to wind up on the wrong side of history. Earlier…
This year's Basketball Hall of Fame class — featuring Shaquille O'Neal, Yao Ming and Allen Iverson — made us feel ancient last Friday night. But guess what? Turns out we're super ancient! Like, dusty-ass-old-book-on-a-mahogany-shelf...Show More Summary
Newly minted Basketball Hall of Famer Shaquille O'Neal believes Philadelphia 76ers top overall pick Ben Simmons possesses many of the same talents as Cleveland Cavaliers superstar LeBron James. Jessica Camerato of CSN Philly passed along...Show More Summary
The highlight of Shaquille O’Neal’s entertaining Hall of Fame speech this past Friday night, was a joke about how former Laker teammate Kobe Bryant pushed him to win three consecutive The post WATCH: Shaquille O’Neal on ‘The Tonight Show’ appeared first on SLAMonline.
NBA superstar Shaquille O’Neal, newly enshrined in the Basketball Hall of Fame, gave his opinion on the protest by San Francisco 49ers quarterback Coin Kaepernick who took a knee during the National Anthem at the team’s final pre-season game against the San Diego Chargers. Show More Summary
Shaq does his best impression of Teyana Taylor's sultry moves from 'Fade.' Continue reading…
Shaquille O’Neal has moves on and off the basketball court. The 44-year-old former NBA player showed off his hilarious dance moves in an Instagram video on Sunday. In the clip, O’Neal attempts to recreate Teyana Taylor’s steamy gazeShow More Summary
Shaquille O’Neal is already plenty famous for being an originator of multiple memes, sports’ cuddliest superjock, and an all-around delight. (He’s also known for something having to do with basketball, we’re told.) But as of today, the...Show More Summary
While Lip Sync Battle battle alum Shaquille O'Neal wasn't on the show's All-Star extravaganza Sunday night, that didn't stop him from putting on his own production of Kanye West's "Fade." While he doesn't go all out and turn into a cat surrounded by sheep like Taylor does, Shaq gets into the choreography, doing his best grind, sans baby oil. Show More Summary
Shaq Posts Video Of Himself Dancing To Teyana Taylor’s “Fade” Routine Last week, we lost Shaquille O’Neal to ignorance and lack of understanding. This week, he’s back dancing like Teyana Taylor. Bruh… Image via YouTube
Shaq loves to wiggle.
Is there anything Shaquille O'Neal can't do? The basketball legend took a break from 2016 Basketball Hall of Fame celebrations and uploaded a video of himself trying to recreate the moves from Kanye West's "Fade" music video. SEE ALSO:...Show More Summary
The first day Stephen Roberts met the teenage Shaquille O’Neal, O’Neal was a newcomer to Ft. Sam Houston. “He was wearing a clock,” Roberts recalls. He wore the clock on his first day of school at Robert G. Cole High in San Antonio, too, as Darren Mathey recalls. It was an homage to the rapper...
On Friday, Philadelphia 76ers great Allen Iverson and Los Angeles Lakers great Shaquille O’Neal were both inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. The two greats faced off against each other for years in the NBA, most notably in 2000, when the 76ers stunned the world by defeating the previously unbeaten Lakers squad in Game 1 […]
Fact: The 2016 NBA Hall of Fame Class featured Shaquille O'Neal, Yao Ming and Allen Iverson, making it the first time a Hall of Fame class has had at least three No. 1 overall picks. Bleacher Report will be bringing sports fans the most interesting and engaging Cold Hard Fact of the day, presented by Coors Light. Source: B/R Insights Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
Shaq shows love to those who came before him. The post Watch Shaquille O’Neal’s Hall of Fame Speech appeared first on SLAMonline.
Ahead of Shaquille O’Neal’s Hall of Fame enshrinment tonight, a nostalgic Phil Jackson took a trip down memory lane (he’s done that a lot lately.) The Zen Master writes that The post Phil Jackson Challenged Shaquille O’Neal to Play 48 Minutes Per Game appeared first on SLAMonline.
When Shaquille O'Neal was 10 years old, his father made a prediction.
When Shaquille O’Neal was 10 years old, his father made a prediction. Friday night when his son became a Hall of Famer, it was realized. Shaq and Allen Iverson headlined the 10-member Class of 2016 enshrined into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. One of the most star-packed classes...
The Class of 2016 has 10 members, including O’Neal, Iverson, Yao Ming and Sheryl Swoopes.