Shaquille Rashaun O’Neal was always the biggest kid on the court. From his days as a McDonald’s High School All-America to his backboard-shattering days in the NBA, the man with the endless Rolodex of nicknames and dance moves was known as much for his fun-loving attitude as his basketball ability. A two-time unanimous First Team All-America at LSU and 1992 National Player of the Year, the Orlando Magic made Shaq the number one overall pick of the 1992 NBA Draft.
Shaquille O’Neal (Born 1972) Hall of Fame Induction: 2016 Card Shown: 2014-15 Panini Flawless Association Autographs Position: C Height: 7’1″ bb. bb. Shaquille O’Neal, who played his college ball at LSU, was one of the most dominant centers to ever play in the NBA.
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Basketball Hall of Famer Shaquille O’Neal said he will not watch this year’s Hall of Fame ceremony because of the pain seeing pictures and video of former teammate Kobe Bryant would cause following the Los Angeles Lakers legend’s death in January.
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Shaquille O’Neal Names This Hall of Famer As the Most Dominant Player Over Him. Published 10/21/2021, 3:00 PM EDT. ORLANDO, FL – 1993: Shaquille O’Neal #32 of the Orlando Magic poses with Michael Jordan #23 of the Chicago Bulls prior to playing an NBA game circ 1993 at the TD WAterhouse Centre in Orlando, Florida.
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Shaquille O’Neal, who was the oldest sibling, watched over Harrison-Jex as she grew up. “He was either taking care of us or entertaining us,” she wrote in Shaq Talks Back, a biography on O’Neal. “Shaquille taught us how to play basketball. He taught us how to swim. All four of us used to just hang together.”