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Shaq trolls Michael Jordan in this masterful throwback Facebook post

Shaquille O’Neal reminded us all again what a fantastic showman he is on Friday with this masterful Facebook post.

The post, as you can see, shows Shaq dunking on Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen during the 1994–95 East Conference Semifinals, when O’Neal lead the Orlando Magic to a 4-2 series win.

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Stephen A. and Skip React to Shaq's MVP Question

First Take debaters Stephen A. Smith and Skip Bayless answer Shaquille O’Neal twitter question.


7 Muslims to watch in the NBA playoffs

The globalization of the National Basketball Association has been a multi-layered process: part geographic, part linguistic, part stylistic and part philosophical.

Not only has the league that was born in the United States expanded to have a team in Canada, it now welcomes players from all over the map; six of this planet’s seven continents are currently represented on NBA rosters. 1,437 more words


Was Shaq lazy? Kobe Bryant wants to know where the media got that idea

Kobe Bryant took to Twitter to defend Russell Westbrook’s 54 points on 43 shots.

Met with positive response to that defeat of a straw man, Kobe again criticized the media. 151 more words

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Kobe Bryant Is Now Defending Shaquille O'Neal, And Nothing Makes Sense Anymore

Kobe Bryant has been on a roll the past few days. First, he started a meme on Instagram defending Russell Westbrook and his unconscionable chucking. Then, he did the unthinkable and… 172 more words


Shaq says trash talk "has slipped 60%" from when he played

There are some real trash talkers in the new generation of NBA players. Draymond Green is the poster child, but there are guys like Lance Stephenson, Nate Robinson, DeMarcus Cousins, Rajon Rondo and others have their mouth going all game long. 278 more words

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Shaq on the death of trash talk, Laettner jealousy and Justin Bieber

Shaquille O’Neal and his college coach at LSU, Dale Brown, are the subject of a new 30 for 30 debuting on SEC Network Monday night appropriately titled… 1,168 more words