I’M WITH SHAQ: Shaquille O’Neal says Donald Trump won “fair and square,” so forget calls for a recount and get over it.
Shaquille O’Neal and Wanda Sykes shot some sort of ad for a credit card in San Francisco back in October. For some reason, (...)
Many people remember Shaquille O’Neal for his epic basketball career. But since he retired, he’s kept busy. He serves as a reserve police officer in Florida, and always has time
Shaquille O'Neal believes there's no need to discuss recounts, because President-elect Donald Trump won the election "fair and square."
NBA Hall of Famer Shaquille O'Neal on Wednesday weighed in on the ongoing election recount efforts, saying that Donald Trump won "fair and square" and that it's now time to give the former reality TV star a chance as president. "Now that he's president-elect, you just hope that he can make the world a better place. Show More Summary
Shaquille O’Neal only played 3 1/2 years with the Miami Heat, but he delivered a championship along with Dwyane Wade and that was enough for Heat president and former coach Pat Riley to retire his jersey. Shaq’s #34 jersey was retired by the Los Angeles Lakers in 2013 and on December 22nd, Shaq will become the […]
Today the Miami Heat announced that they will be retiring Shaquille O’Neal’s jersey. This would be the most unspectacular bit of news except that the game in which the Heat have chosen to hoist Shaq’s jersey to the rafters can’t possibly have been an accident: Read more...
Shaquille O'Neal's No. 32 jersey will be retired by the Miami Heat on Dec. 22, during a ceremony at halftime of the team's game against the Los Angeles Lakers
You're about to see a 7'1", 350 pound man summon the powers of Mount Sinai and put them into his feet... here's video of Shaquille O'Neal dominating a bunch of tiny humans... at the Horah.
Rocket League Collector’s Edition, $20 I can’t promise that buying Rocket League Collector’s Edition (which comes with a ton of DLC) will lead to a job with Shaquille O’Neal and thousands of dollars in prize money. But I can promise that you’ll have fun. $20 is the best price Amazon’s ever listed. Read more...
LOS ANGELES, CA - OCTOBER 23: Behind The Scenes: Shaquille O'Neal and Kendrick Lamar shop small with American Express on October 23, 2016 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Charley Gallay/Getty Images for American Express) Small businesses have always been a cornerstone of the American economy.Since 1995, small businesses have created [...]
Yes, Santa Ana Mater Dei sophomore running back Shakobe Harper can thank Shaquille O'Neal and Kobe Bryant for his first name. Shakobe honors both former Lakers. But Mater Dei Coach Bruce Rollinson said, "He hates to be called Shaq." For the latest on high school sports, follow @LATSondheimer on...
K.Dot and Shaquille O'Neal wax poetic about soap in the funny new commercial. Continue reading…
Kendrick Lamar and Shaquille O'Neal star in a trio of new ads for American Express’ “Shop Small” campaign. The commercials depict the pair shopping for artisanal soap at Los Angeles’ Soaptopia. They excitedly peruse items in the store,...Show More Summary
Surprise... it's hilarious.
Wow, he sure looks different.
Shaquille O’Neal Talks Respect For Police Shaquille O’Neal is one of the mainstream’s most beloved former-NBA players…with all his happy, dancing antics. And his statements in a new Esquire interview are only going to help middle America love him
Sha-Fu just won’t stop talking. The hall of fame center who was born Shaquille O’Neal and who’s life long dream has been to be a cop, has continued his AllLivesMatter rhetoric claiming that he’s not worried when he’s stopped by police because he’s “respectful” “When I get stopped by the cops, I’m not worried. And […]
I have always been a pretty big fan of Shaquille O’Neal. But now, I am even more of a fan. Race relations are worse than they have ever been in
Shaquille O’Neal, on why he doesn’t fear the cops: “When I get stopped by the cops, I’m not worried. And it has nothing to do with being Shaq. You know why? I show respect. ‘Yes, sir. No, sir.’ That’s how I was taught. I was raised by a drill sergeant, and that’s who I am. Show More Summary