When Goran Dragic was a rookie during the 2008-09 season, Shaquille O’Neal took it upon himself to haze the newcomer. Shaq made the 21-year-old Phoenix Suns guard inexplicably carry around The post Shaquille O’Neal Made Goran Dragic Carry a Piano Keyboard Everywhere appeared first on SLAMonline.
NBA impersonator Brandon Armstrong not only nailed Lakers legend Shaquille O’Neal’s moves on the court, he also paid homage (...)
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Sophomore running back Leonard Fournette became the first player in LSU history to rush for 200+ yards in consecutive games Saturday, (...)
CHATTAHOOCHEE HILLS, Georgia — Like standing beside tinier opponents on a basketball court, NBA legend Shaquille O'Neal towered over spectators at TomorrowWorld, where the 7-foot-1 athlete DJ'ed a set at the House Of Books stage on Friday Known widely just as Shaq, he used a different name on the roster. Show More Summary
We know Shaquille O’Neal can rap. But can he produce EDM music? You be the judge. DJ Diesel—yes, that’s his name—released a track with Kryoman called “My Squads LIT,” which will be played at the TomorrowWorld festival in Atlanta: Here’s...Show More Summary
At this point, Shaquille O'Neal's LinkedIn probably needs a LinkedIn. Over the past twenty years, he's been a four-time NBA champion (and one-time MVP), a TV pitchman, a studio analyst, a rapper, a genie, a cop, a venture capitalist and a superhero – and that's just a quick skim through...
Shareef O'Neal's biological DOES bother... 'cause his dad Shaq totally crashed his moment in the spotlight, but it was all in the name of fatherly love. We were at The Grove in L.A. when we ran into Shareef (hard to miss the kid at 6'8)…
The NBA legend is a karaoke legend too! Or not. Platinum music artist Shaquille O'Neal reminded the world Tuesday why he sold so many records in the 1990's, by horribly butchering Katy Perry's "Fireworks." Baby your a firework A video posted by DR. SHAQUILLE O'NEAL Ed.D. (@shaq) on Sep 22, 2015 at 8:23pm PDT Four NBA titles and being an all-time basketball great be damned.
Shaquille O’Neal doesn’t think Kobe Bryant, now 37 years old, should stop playing after the 2015-16 season. Does anyone else smell another two-year, $48.5 million extension coming for the Black Mamba? Yeah, me neither. Here’s what Shaq had to say, per John Reid of the Times Picayune: As former teammates, Kobe Bryant and Shaquille O’Neal […]
"If you still got something, you should go because once it's done you can't get it back." Shaquille O'Neal continues to show Kobe Bryant the love. Less than a month after hosting Bryant on his podcast, O'Neal is now telling his former...Show More Summary
Until he tells them otherwise, the Los Angeles Lakers are treating the 2015-16 season as Kobe Bryant’s farewell. According to Shaquille O’Neal, health-permitting, his former teammate ought to play past The post Shaquille O’Neal: Kobe Bryant Should Play Beyond Next Season appeared first on SLAMonline.
NBA rumors have Shaquille O’Neal saying that Kobe Bryant shouldn’t retire after this season. The rumors come from a public debate that O’Neal and fellow NBA analyst Charles Barkley have been having about Bryant’s future. A report from CBS Sports on Sunday, September 20 relays the opinions of one current Hall of Fame player and... Show More Summary
Shaq created some buzz earlier this summer when when spoke about how today’s big men like Anthony Davis would be “barbecue chicken” for him. Shaq insists that’s no disrespect to AD—it’s The post Shaquille O’Neal Told His Son To Study Anthony Davis appeared first on SLAMonline.
Shaquille O’Neal has, undoubtedly, had an extremely successful career. He’ll go down as one of the best basketball players of (...)
This sounds like a network pitch for a sitcom: Two forty-something sports stars go back to high school in... wait for it... South Korea! Nevertheless, retired basketball legend Shaquille O'Neal put on his school uniform and shared the classroom with UFC welterweight star Yoshihiro Akiyama. Show More Summary
Shaquille O’Neal and Starbucks could have been partners a while back, but the basketball star turned down the opportunity. As he explained to Graham Bensinger, Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz had approached him with the idea, and he’d turned it down because he didn’t think black people drank coffee. Show More Summary
Basketball legend Shaquille O'Neal refused to team up with coffee giant Starbucks because "black people don't drink coffee."
Basketball legend Shaquille O’Neal made what sounds like an honest mistake when it came to investing in Starbucks, Fox News reports. Sitting down with sports reporter Graham Bensinger, O'Neal says he rebuffed a business offer from Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz: "So my agent called me up and he says, 'Howard...
Uncanny Kenny “The Jet” Smith joins Uncanny Shaquille O’Neal and Uncanny Ernie Johnson as commentators in NBA 2K16. The three analysts will provide banter and trivia not just in the pre-game loading screen but at halftime and after the game as well.