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Usually we have to watch “Inside The NBA” on TNT to see Charles Barkley and Shaquille O’Neal give each other some good-natured shit. But thanks to the Internet, namely Twitter, Shaq was able to keep the fun going while Barkley sits in with CBS to do college basketball analysis.
As Shaq Reportedly Crowdsources A ‘Shaq Fu’ Sequel, The Angry Video Game Nerd Reminds Us Of Just How Bad The Original One Was
Fool us once, shame on Fu. Fool us twice, shame on us. Here’s why you can’t let this happen again, America.
It’s the question that will loom large over NBA history for eternity, or until the sun explodes: How many more championships would the Lakers have won if Kobe Bryant and Shaquille O’Neal had stayed together?
Kenan Thompson has been doing an impersonation of Charles Barkley for Weekend Update on “Saturday Night Live” for awhile now, so we’re glad Jay Pharoah is finally joining him as Shaquille “Shaq” O’Neal.
The big fella is officially in the production biz. After starting a stand up comedy YouTube channel (The Comedy Shaq), and a hosting fairly unsuccessful web video show on Tru TV (Upload) — it appears as if we’re watching him figure out the video entertainment game much the way we watched him figure out foul shots.
Here’s Shaq Acting As A Horrible Babysitter On A 2001 Sitcom, Shaking His Ass And Missing A Free Throw
Time to crank that rumor mill! LeBron James has seen fantastic success with the Miami Heat in his three seasons with the team, winning two NBA titles, two MVP awards and the respect and adulation of many who now consider him the player we always thought he could be. So, perfect time to throw a wrench into all that and head to New York, right?
Back in 2004, Shaquille O’Neal sold his enormous and beautiful Los Angeles mansion to Japanese pop star Kyosuke Himuro. Shaq moved on to Miami, and Himuro outfitted the crib to suit his more, shall we say, artful tastes. It’s awesome.