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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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  • ASK IRA: Do all signs now point to LeBron return?

    ASK IRA: Do all signs now point to LeBron return?
    Q: Ira, I understand Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh and Udonis Haslem being comfortable enough to commit themselves to the Heat. But that's not the impression I had of LeBron James at the end of the season. Why is everyone so sure he's staying? -- Tony. A:...
  • Julius Randle falls into Lakers' laps, and that's good news indeed

    When the last college basketball season began, he was predicted by many to be the top pick in the upcoming NBA draft, and he played like it, amassing more double-doubles than all but one other freshman in NCAA Division I history. When last season ended,...
  • Magic GM: Aaron Gordon, Elfrid Payton and Devyn Marble are 'hard-nosed dudes'

    Magic GM: Aaron Gordon, Elfrid Payton and Devyn Marble are 'hard-nosed dudes'
    On Friday, Aaron Gordon fielded a question about how he developed the mindset to become a defensive stopper. Gordon paused for a moment, then spoke. He said: "If somebody really can't score on you, I think that's really what makes you better than...
  • Parsing Riley's words while wondering

    Parsing Riley's words while wondering
       Apparently LeBron James couldn't come up with the speaker's fee, so he didn't get his private audience with Pat Riley. Instead, he found himself, like many, as just another spectator.    That's what made Riley's season-ending Miami Heat soliloquy...
  • Hyde5: Five telling quotes from Pat Riley's five-star presser

    Hyde5: Five telling quotes from Pat Riley's five-star presser
    Five thougts on Pat Riley's five-star performance Thursday news conference: 1. "You want to trend something? I'm pissed." These were Riley's first words as he took his seat at the podium. Then: "I think everybody needs to get a grip. Media. Heat...
  • Orlando Magic's Pat Williams proud papa to brood of 19

    Orlando Magic's Pat Williams proud papa to brood of 19
    Pat Williams' greatest accomplishment was not giving birth to an NBA team in Orlando. His most spectacular feat, bar none, was raising a true expansion team at home that had expanded to 19 kids. Father's Day always reminds Pat of that. "Raising them...
  • Perkins: Most broadcasters picked Heat to win Game 4

    The Heat will win Game 4. That was the general opinion among media locally, nationally and in San Antonio entering Thursday's Game 4 of the NBA Finals between the Heat and San Antonio Spurs. Shaquille O'Neal, serving as an analyst on the NBA TV pre-game...
  • Three-peat tops Heat's agenda in NBA Finals

    Three-peat tops Heat's agenda in NBA Finals
    Pat Riley trademarked the term three-peat back when he coached the Lakers. Now, the Heat executive is hoping to accomplish one, something even those Showtime-era teams couldn't. In fact, only the Minneapolis Lakers from 1952-54, the Celtics with eight...
  • Tim Duncan, LeBron James hungry for new title as NBA Finals arrive

     Tim Duncan, LeBron James hungry for new title as NBA Finals arrive
    There was only the slightest hint of musculature in LeBron James' arms when Tim Duncan carried the San Antonio Spurs to their first NBA title. The moment was so long ago that Duncan used a hand-held camcorder to document the celebration. James, watching...
  • UCLA's Zach LaVine sets Lakers workout record

    UCLA's Zach LaVine sets Lakers workout record
    UCLA guard Zach LaVine had the stat of the day at the Lakers' draft workouts. He nailed a 46-inch vertical leap Wednesday morning. It wasn't quite a traditional vertical (he was tested for that as well) but on the record-setter for a Lakers draft...
  • Andretti and Karam will get some attention during ABC's 50th anniversary coverage of the Indy 500

    The Super Bowl is on a different network each year. The World Series used to be on NBC, and then moved around to ABC and CBS before finding a home at Fox. The NHL and NBA playoffs have moved around, too, and the NCAA's Final Four is now even on cable....
  • Clippers' Blake Griffin doesn't want to talk flop

    Clippers' Blake Griffin doesn't want to talk flop
    Blake Griffin stood with his back against the wall at the Clippers' practice facility Thursday, his answers thoughtful when he talked about the Golden State Warriors. Griffin acknowledged he heard about the disparaging comments Golden State guard Klay...