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Shaquille O'Neal

Shaquille Rashaun O'Neal (born March 6, 1972) is a professional basketball player for the National Basketball Association's Boston Celtics. O'Neal is known for his size (7-foot-1, up to at least 360 pounds and a size 23 shoe), strength and physical style of play. O'Neal is considered one of the best players in the basketball history and has won four NBA championships, including three with the Los Angeles Lakers and one with the Miami Heat.
Shaquille Rashaun O'Neal (born March 6, 1972) is a professional basketball player for the National Basketball Association's Boston Celtics. O'Neal is known for his size (7-foot-1, up to at least 360 pounds and a size 23 shoe), strength and physical style of play. O'Neal is considered one of the best players in the basketball history and has won four NBA championships, including three with the Los Angeles Lakers and one with the Miami Heat. « Show less

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  • Orlando Magic and NBA News: Sunday, March 27

     
    We have an update on the Magic's injury situation (and there'll be more this afternoon), Shaq calls himself the best one-on-one center in the league and the Knicks lose their sixth straight game in today's links. 1. MRI to Jameer Nelson's left knee...
  • Nicki Minaj mentions Van Gundy in recent rap

     
    Stan Van Gundy isn't exactly a hip-hop head — the last concert he attended was the Temptations and the Four Tops — but he's still making a name for himself in the rap community. Nicki Minaj, a hip-hop diva who's blown up over the last year...
  • Top Orlando Magic and NBA news: April 5, 2011

     
    Scott Skiles and his Milwaukee Bucks visit Amway Center tonight to face the Orlando Magic, and there is little doubt the Bucks will play with intensity. The same can't be said of the hometown Magic, who have been lollygagging their way to the NBA...
  • Lakers learned plenty from Tex Winter

     
    Only moments prior to the Lakers' 2001 championship parade, Tex Winter approached Kobe Bryant and a number of his teammates. He made no small talk about the upcoming festivities, gave zero praise for individual performances and offered no...
  • Top Orlando Magic and NBA news, Wednesday, April 6

     
    The Orlando Magic win ugly, Dwight Howard preaches and we look ahead to an NBA Playoffs matchup with the Atlanta Hawks. All of that can be found in today's links, which also include a glimpse at tonight's foe, the Charlotte Bobcats, and Sunday's opponent,...
  • Lakers' last meeting at Arco Arena rekindles memories of contention with the Kings

     
    They're a decade removed from it all, but assistant Lakers coach Brian Shaw and former Kings star Chris Webber still debate. They bring up the contentious history between the Lakers and the Sacramento Kings -- meeting in the first round of the 2000...
  • Caught in the Web: Lakers go over lengthy film session

     
    --The Times' Mike Bresnahan looks at the adjustments the Lakers plan to make against New Orleans. --The Times' Mark Heisler argues the Lakers aren't as good as the Kobe Bryant-Shaquille O'Neal teams. --The Orange County Register's Janis Carr wonders if...
  • Bring John Gabriel back to Magic

     
    Otis Smith has to go at the end of this season. He has been a disaster for the Magic. It was former GM John Weisbrod who drafted Dwight Howard and Jameer Nelson, and signed Hedo. This was the nucleus of the team that went to the finals. Smith, on the...
  • Kobe Bryant likely will end his career as the NBA's all-time playoff scoring leader

     
    The numbers that mostly consume Kobe Bryant at this stage of his 15-year career are five and six, the former marking the number of NBA championships he currently has and the latter the number he wants after the 2011 playoffs. Bryant could acquire even...
  • Ray Allen, not Shaquille O’Neal key for Celtics-Knicks series| Video

     
    the Boston Celtics can always depend on Ray Allen to get them where they need to go. And for the Celtics, that meant a game-winning three point shot to seal a 87-85 Game 1 win against the New York Knicks in the Eastern Conference first round playoffs....
  • Caught in the Web: Previewing Lakers-Mavericks series

     
    --The Times' Mike Bresnahan explains how Andrew Bynum is different from Shaquille O'Neal. --The Times' Lisa Dillman looks at the Pau Gasol-Dirk Nowitzki matchup. --The Times' Mark Heisler pokes fun at the storylines surrounding the Heat-Celtics series. --...
  • Ric Bucher expands on back and forth with Dwight Howard

     
    A few weeks ago, Ric Bucher answered an ESPN.com chat question about Orlando Magic center Dwight Howard with, “I would expect a Dwight trade this summer or before the next season starts, from what I'm hearing.” Bucher meant it as an off-hand...