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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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  • Heart & Hustle team defied rebuilding notion

    Heart & Hustle team defied rebuilding notion
    I often receive emails or questions from fans asking why the current Magic can't win more games during a rebuilding the way the old Heart & Hustle Magic did. That beloved team in 1999-2000 — led by Friday night's honoree, Darrell Armstrong —...
  • AAC Tournament Primer: Focus On Guards, Hall Of Fame Coaches

    MEMPHIS — The first American Athletic Conference men's basketball tournament is here, and it caps an inaugural season of celebration. The emerging league prominently featured terrific guards and coaches. "There was a lot of talk about what it was,...
  • Dwight Howard is winning and happy once again

    Dwight Howard is winning and happy once again
    This just in: Dwight Howard has discovered winning is important. And in related news, Dwight determines that what goes up must come down, it ain't over till it's over and the knee bone's connected to the thigh bone. Can you believe that as his new...
  • Lakers' 108-102 loss isn't real story as Jason Collins makes history

    The well-chronicled failures of the Lakers were pushed aside for a day, mercifully their fans would say, as national media members converged on Staples Center to cover Jason Collins, the NBA's first openly gay player. He came out in a Sports Illustrated...
  • 2nd-half intrigue looms after All-Star break

    2nd-half intrigue looms after All-Star break
    NBA All Stars apparently feel they need a break after All Star break. They want more time off, and new Commissioner Adam Silver is considering giving them a breather. Silver spoke with players, including All-Star Chris Paul, new president of the players...
  • After heavy road schedule, Lakers play next six at home

    After playing 10 of their last 12 games on the road, the Lakers (18-32) will play their next six at Staples Center. In addition to a long list of injuries, the Lakers have had a difficult schedule with 29 games on the road, where they're 10-19.  At...
  • What if class of 2014 doesn't all attend draft?

    What if class of 2014 doesn't all attend draft?
    We now interrupt all this laughable losing, exhaustive scouting, background checks and booked rooms in Lawrence, Kan., for the following bulletin from the 2014 draft party: Uh-oh. Not everyone is guaranteeing to RSVP. There are whispers that Joel...
  • Return Of Paul Pierce, KG To Boston Is As Magic As You'd Imagine

    Return Of Paul Pierce, KG To Boston Is As Magic As You'd Imagine
    BOSTON — The first video tribute arrived at 6:59 p.m. Sunday, with 2:25 remaining in the first quarter of a regular-season game that would be anything but regular. With Kevin Garnett, yelping, screaming, spraying chalk, doing push-ups on his...
  • Lakers lose in a different way as Bulls get 102-100 OT victory

    Lakers lose in a different way as Bulls get 102-100 OT victory
    CHICAGO — The Lakers found a new way to lose, if that's even possible anymore. They played well enough for 52 minutes and 59.1 seconds but the final 0.9 was a killer for them, an inbounds pass leading to an open layup that meant a 102-100 overtime...
  • Bucks tough to beat in Tankapalooza

    Bucks tough to beat in Tankapalooza
    After breaking up the Bucks, Milwaukee GM John Hammond swore on a stack of college scouting reports last summer that the team would not be tanking. "Some people use words like 'tanking,' so to speak," Hammond said. "We're by no means in that mode...
  • Unsettled air in John Wall's slam dunk contest victory

    Unsettled air in John Wall's slam dunk contest victory
    NEW ORLEANS — It was hard to tell what shocked fans more, the NBA's new dunk contest rules or a performance by Vanilla Ice. Maybe contest organizers should think twice, twice baby. Washington's John Wall was declared the winner in fan voting...
  • Shaquille O'Neal: Two more titles likely had he stayed with Lakers

    Shaquille O'Neal said the Lakers would have won five titles had he stayed with Kobe Bryant. "Probably five," O'Neal said Thursday on TNT's "Inside Stuff." "I'm going to go with five or six." O'Neal won three titles with Bryant and the Lakers in four...