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Sicheres Einkaufen. He averaged Despite O'Neal's injuries, the Magic finished with a regular season record of 60—22, second in the Eastern conference to the Chicago Bulls, who finished with an NBA record 72 wins.
O'Neal became a free agent after the —96 NBA season. In the summer of , O'Neal was named to the United States Olympic basketball team , and was later part of the gold medal-winning team at the Olympics in Atlanta.
While the Olympic basketball team was training in Orlando, the Orlando Sentinel published a poll that asked whether the Magic should fire Hill if that were one of O'Neal's conditions for returning.
O'Neal averaged The Lakers made the playoffs, but were eliminated in the second round by the Utah Jazz in five games.
The following season , O'Neal averaged He led the league with a The Lakers finished the season 61—21, first in the Pacific Division , and were the second seed in the western conference during the NBA Playoffs.
After defeating the Portland Trail Blazers and Seattle SuperSonics in the first two rounds, the Lakers again fell to the Jazz, this time in a 4—0 sweep.
However, personnel changes were a source of instability during the —99 season. The Lakers finished with a 31—19 record during the lockout-shortened season.
Although they made the playoffs , they were swept by the San Antonio Spurs , led by Tim Duncan and David Robinson in the second round of the Western Conference playoffs.
The Spurs would go on to win their first NBA title in In , prior to the — season, the Lakers hired Phil Jackson as head coach, and the team's fortunes soon changed.
O'Neal also won the scoring title while finishing second in rebounds and third in blocked shots. Jackson's influence resulted in a newfound commitment by O'Neal to defense, resulting in his first All-Defensive Team selection second-team in It's a shame that the referees buy into that", O'Neal said.
He punched center Brad Miller after an intentional foul to prevent a basket, resulting in a melee with Miller, forward Charles Oakley , and several other players.
It starts with c and ends with t. O'Neal referred to Divac as "she", and said he would never exaggerate contact to draw a foul. His trademark mobility and explosion had been often absent.
The corrective options ranged from reconstructive surgery on the toe to rehabilitation exercises with more shoe inserts and anti-inflammation medication.
O'Neal was already wary of the long-term damage his frequent consumption of these medications might have.
He did not want to rush a decision with his career potentially at risk. Using Jackson's triangle offense , O'Neal and Bryant enjoyed tremendous success, leading the Lakers to three consecutive titles , , and O'Neal missed the first 12 games of the —03 season recovering from toe surgery.
For the season , the team made a concerted off-season effort to improve its roster. They sought the free-agent services of forward Karl Malone and aging guard Gary Payton , but due to salary cap restrictions, could not offer either one nearly as much money as they could have made with some other teams.
O'Neal assisted in the recruitment efforts and personally persuaded both men to join the squad. Ultimately, both signed, each forgoing larger salaries in favor of a chance to win an NBA championship, which neither had accomplished in their careers and which neither would achieve with the Lakers.
The Lakers had hoped O'Neal would take less money due to his age, physical conditioning, and games missed due to injuries.
The feud climaxed during training camp prior to the — season when Bryant, in an interview with ESPN journalist Jim Gray , criticized O'Neal for being out of shape, a poor leader, and putting his salary demands over the best interest of the Lakers.
Lakers assistant coach Tex Winter said, "Shaq defeated himself against Detroit. He played way too passively.
He had one big game He's always interested in being a scorer, but he hasn't had nearly enough concentration on defense and rebounding.
O'Neal made comments indicating that he felt the team's decisions were centered on a desire to appease Bryant to the exclusion of all other concerns, and O'Neal promptly demanded a trade.
However, Miami showed interest, and eventually the two clubs agreed. There was no way ownership could give him what he wanted. Shaq's demands held the franchise hostage, and the way he went about it didn't please the owner too much.
O'Neal reverted from his Lakers jersey number 34 to number 32, which he had worn while playing for the Magic.
Upon signing with the Heat, O'Neal promised the fans that he would bring a championship to Miami.
He claimed one of the main reasons for wanting to be traded to Miami was because of their up-and-coming star Dwyane Wade , to whom he gave the nickname "Flash".
With O'Neal on board, the new-look Heat surpassed expectations, claiming the best record in the Eastern Conference in —05 with 59 wins. He played in 73 games, his most since season, averaged Despite being hobbled by a deep thigh bruise, O'Neal led the Heat to the Eastern Conference Finals and a Game 7 against the defending champion Detroit Pistons , losing by a narrow margin.
Supporters applauded O'Neal's willingness to take what amounted to a pay cut and the Heat's decision to secure O'Neal's services for the long term.
In the second game of the —06 season , O'Neal injured his right ankle and subsequently missed the following 18 games.
Riley felt doing so would allow O'Neal to be healthier and fresher come playoff time. Although O'Neal averaged career lows or near-lows in points, rebounds, and blocks, he said in an interview "Stats don't matter.
I care about winning, not stats. If I score 0 points and we win I'm happy. If I score 50, 60 points, break the records, and we lose, I'm pissed off.
I'll have a hell of a season if I win the championship and average 20 points a game. On April 11, , O'Neal recorded his second career triple-double against the Toronto Raptors with 15 points, 11 rebounds and a career high 10 assists.
In the NBA Playoffs , the Heat first faced the younger Chicago Bulls , and O'Neal delivered a dominating 27 point, 16 rebound and 5 blocks performance in game 1 followed by a point effort in game 2 to help Miami take a 2—0 lead in the series.
Chicago would respond with two dominating performances at home to tie the series, but Miami would respond right back with a victory at home in game 5.
Miami returned to Chicago and closed out the series in the 6th game, highlighted by another dominating performance by O'Neal who finished with 30 points and 20 rebounds.
Miami advanced to face New Jersey, who won a surprising game 1 victory before the Heat won four straight to assure a rematch with Detroit.
The Pistons had no answer for Wade throughout the series, while O'Neal delivered 21 points and 12 rebounds in game 3 followed by 27 points and 12 boards in game 4 to help Miami take a series lead.
The Pistons would win game 5 in Detroit, and Wade would once again get injured, but the Heat held on to win game 6 with O'Neal scoring 28 points with 16 rebounds and 5 blocks to help Miami reach their first ever NBA Finals.
In the Finals, the Heat were underdogs against the Dallas Mavericks led by Dirk Nowitzki , and the Mavericks won the first two games at home in dominating fashion.
The Heat led by Wade and a balanced effort by O'Neal, Antoine Walker and Jason Williams would go on to win all three of the next games at home, before closing out the series in Dallas to deliver the first NBA title for the franchise and O'Neal's fourth title.
With Wade carrying the offensive load, O'Neal did not need to have a dominating series, and finished with an average of Jackson had previously said, "The only person I've ever [coached] that hasn't been a worker Bad luck still haunted the squad, however, as Wade dislocated his left shoulder, leaving O'Neal as the focus of the team.
In a rematch of the year before, the Heat faced the Bulls in the first round of the —07 NBA playoffs. The Heat struggled against the Bulls and although O'Neal put up reasonable numbers, he was not able to dominate the series.
In the —07 season O'Neal reached 25, career points, becoming the 14th player in NBA history to accomplish that milestone.
O'Neal experienced a rough start for the —08 season, averaging career lows in points, rebounds, and blocks.
His role in the offense diminished, as he attempted only 10 field goals per game, versus his career average of In addition, O'Neal was plagued by fouls, and during one stretch fouled out of five consecutive games.
O'Neal's streak of 14 straight All-Star appearances ended that season. The two argued face-to-face, with O'Neal poking Riley in the chest and Riley slapping his finger away.
Riley soon after decided to trade O'Neal. O'Neal played 33 games for the Miami Heat in the —08 season prior to being traded to the Phoenix Suns.
O'Neal started all 33 games and averaged Following the trade to Phoenix, O'Neal averaged The Lakers won, — O'Neal was upbeat in a post-game press conference, stating: "I will take the blame for this loss because I wasn't in tune with the guys [ In 28 regular-season games, O'Neal averaged One of the reasons for the trade was to limit Tim Duncan in the event of a postseason matchup between the Suns and the San Antonio Spurs , especially after the Suns' six-game elimination by the Spurs in the NBA Playoffs.
O'Neal preferred his new situation with the Suns over the Heat. I'm actually on a team again. O'Neal responded with an expletive toward Riley, whom he often referred to as the "great Pat Riley" while playing for the Heat.
The trainers had him concentrate on building his core strength , flexibility, and balance. The —09 season improved for O'Neal, who averaged 18 points, 9 rebounds, and 1.
On February 27, , O'Neal scored 45 points and grabbed 11 rebounds, his 49th career point game, beating the Toronto Raptors — My whole career I had to play people one-on-one.
Never once had to double or ask for a double. But it's cool", said O'Neal. During the game, O'Neal flopped against Howard. Let's stand up and play like men, and I think our guy did that tonight.
I was trying to take the charge, trying to get a call. It probably was a flop, but flopping is the wrong use of words. Flopping would describe his coaching.
I rarely get to play [Yao] one-on-one But when I play him on defense , it's just going to be me down there.
So don't try to make it a Yao versus Shaq thing, when it's Shaq versus four other guys. The NBA Playoffs was also the first time since O'Neal's rookie season in —93 that he did not participate in the playoffs.
The Suns notified O'Neal he might be traded to cut costs. Big Baby [Glen Davis] breaks my hand and I had to sit out five weeks late in the year.
I come back finally in the first round of the playoffs, and we lost to Boston in the second round. I was upset. I know for a fact if I was healthy, we would have gotten it done that year and won a ring.
O'Neal said he didn't "compete with little guys who run around dominating the ball, throwing up 30 shots a night—like D—Wade, Kobe.
On June 1, , O'Neal announced his retirement via social media. Nineteen years, baby. I want to thank you very much.
That's why I'm telling you first. I'm about to retire. Love you. Talk to you soon. While in college, O'Neal was considered for the Dream Team to fill the college spot, but it eventually went to future teammate Christian Laettner.
In four games, he scored more than 20 points. Due to more star-power, he rotated with Hakeem Olajuwon and David Robinson and started 3 games.
He averaged 9. Again, a perfect 8—0 record landed him another gold medal at the Olympics in Atlanta. O'Neal was upset that coach Lenny Wilkens played Robinson more minutes in the final game; Wilkens previously explained to O'Neal that it would probably be Robinson's last Olympics.
After his experience, he declined to play in international competition. O'Neal established himself as an overpowering low post presence, putting up career averages of His physical frame gave him a power advantage over most opponents.
On two occasions during his first season in the NBA, his powerful dunks broke the steel backboard supports , prompting the league to increase the brace strength and stability of the backboards for the following —94 season.
O'Neal's " drop step ", called the "Black Tornado" by O'Neal in which he posted up a defender, turned around and, using his elbows for leverage, powered past him for a very high-percentage slam dunk , proved an effective offensive weapon.
In addition, O'Neal frequently used a right-handed jump hook shot to score near the basket. The ability to dunk contributed to his career field goal accuracy of.
Opposing teams often used up many fouls on O'Neal, reducing the playing time of their own big men. O'Neal's imposing physical presence inside the paint caused dramatic changes in many teams' offensive and defensive strategies.
O'Neal's primary weakness was his free throw shooting, with a career average of He once missed all 11 of his free throw attempts in a game against the Seattle SuperSonics on December 8, , a record.
O'Neal was the third-ranked player all-time in free throws taken,  having attempted 11, free-throws in 1, games up to and including the —11 season.
On December 25, , O'Neal missed his 5,th free throw, becoming the second player in NBA history to do so, along with Chamberlain.
O'Neal only made one three point shot during his entire career. His career three point shot record is 1 for 22 a 4.
His presence intimidated opposing players shooting near the basket, and he averaged 2. Phil Jackson believed O'Neal underachieved in his career, saying he "could and should have been the MVP player for 10 consecutive seasons.
O'Neal was fined by the union for crossing the picket line. O'Neal's humorous and sometimes incendiary comments fueled the Los Angeles Lakers ' long-standing rivalry with the Sacramento Kings ; O'Neal frequently referred to the Sacramento team as the "Queens.
He also received media flak for mocking Chinese people when interviewed about newcomer center Yao Ming.
O'Neal told a reporter, "you tell Yao Ming, ching chong yang, wah, ah so. Yao believed that O'Neal was joking, but he said many Asians wouldn't see the humor.
I had trouble with it when I was little. During the NBA playoffs, O'Neal compared his poor play to Erick Dampier ,  a Dallas Mavericks center who had failed to score a single point in one of their recent games.
The quip inspired countless citations and references by announcers during those playoffs, though Dampier himself offered little response to the insult.
The two would meet in the NBA Finals. O'Neal was very vocal with the media, often making jabs at former Laker teammate Kobe Bryant.
In the summer of , when asked about Bryant, he responded, "I'm sorry, who? O'Neal also appeared on television on Saturday Night Live he was initially picked to host the second episode of season 24 in , but had to back down due to scheduling conflicts, being replaced by Kelsey Grammer ; however, he did appear in two sketches during the episode and in hosted Shaq's Big Challenge , a reality show on ABC in which he challenged Florida kids to lose weight and stay in shape.
When the Lakers faced the Heat on January 16, , O'Neal and Bryant made headlines by engaging in handshakes and hugs before the game, an event that was believed to signify the end of the so-called " Bryant—O'Neal feud " that had festered since the center left Los Angeles.
While rapping, O'Neal blamed Bryant for his divorce from his wife Shaunie and claims to have received a vasectomy , as part of a rhyme. He also taunted Bryant for not being able to win a championship without him.
O'Neal led the audience to mockingly chant several times "Kobe, tell me how my ass tastes. That's all. It was all done in fun. Nothing serious whatsoever.
That is what MCs do. They freestyle when called upon. I'm totally cool with Kobe. No issue at all. The racial quote from his song was "it's like a white boy trying to be more nigga than me.
However, he promised his mother he would eventually return to his studies and complete his bachelor's degree. He fulfilled that promise in , earning his B.
At the ceremony, he told the crowd "now I can go and get a real job". In reference to his completion of his MBA degree, he stated: "It's just something to have on my resume for when I go back into reality.
Someday I might have to put down a basketball and have a regular 9-to-5 like everybody else. Toward the end of his playing career, he began work on an educational doctorate at Barry University.
O'Neal maintained a high level of interest in the workings of police departments and became personally involved in law enforcement.
On March 2, , O'Neal was given an honorary U. Deputy Marshal title and named the spokesman for the Safe Surfin' Foundation; he served an honorary role on the task force of the same name, which tracks down sexual predators who target children on the Internet.
On December 8, , he was sworn in, but elected for a private ceremony to avoid distracting attention from the other officers. O'Neal had been made an "honorary deputy" by the local sheriff's department.
O'Neal holds the county record of Tallest Sheriff's Deputy. Beginning in , O'Neal began to compose rap music.
He released five studio albums and 1 compilation album. Although his rapping abilities were criticized at the outset,   one critic credited him with "progressing as a rapper in small steps, not leaps and bounds".
He contributed three tracks, including the song "We Genie", to the Kazaam soundtrack. Shaq also appears on the music video for the release.
The three minute song was released in response to Ball claiming him and his younger son LaMelo , would beat O'Neal and his son Shareef in a game of basketball.
O'Neal is one of the first African Americans to portray a major comic book superhero in a motion picture, having starred as John Henry Irons , the protagonist in the film Steel.
O'Neal appeared as himself on an episode of Curb Your Enthusiasm , bedridden after Larry David 's character accidentally tripped him while stretching, and in two episodes each of My Wife and Kids and The Parkers.
O'Neal appeared in the movie CB4 in a small "interviewing" scene. O'Neal appeared in a SportsCenter commercial dressed in his Miami police uniform, rescuing Mike the Tiger from a tree.
O'Neal reportedly wanted a role in the film X2 the second in the X-Men film series , but was ignored by the filmmakers.
He also had a voice over role in the film The Smurfs 2. O'Neal was pranked on the MTV show Punk'd when a crew member accused him of stealing his parking space.
O'Neal and the crew member then got into an altercation and after Kutcher told O'Neal he had been Punk'd, O'Neal made an obscene gesture at the camera.
O'Neal starred in a reality show called Shaq Vs. The show features various celebrities attending a selected high school as students for three days.
Shaquille O'Neal will be on the show as well. We succeeded in casting him after a lot of effort. O'Neal will be visiting Korea for a promotion and will be visiting the school on the last day.
He will have lunch with the students. We're specially preparing a uniform for Shaquille O'Neal. O'Neal began training in mixed martial arts MMA in At the gym, he used the nickname Diesel.
Choi replied to an email asking him if he would like to fight O'Neal saying "Yes, if there is a chance. A lifelong professional wrestling fan, O'Neal has made numerous appearances at televised events over the years for three different promotions.
As part of the show, O'Neal got into a physical altercation with seven-foot tall wrestler Big Show.
According to Dave Meltzer of Wrestling Observer Newsletter , the match was canceled due to monetary reasons, as both parties could not agree on a deal.
O'Neal is also an active businessman and investor. He was an active bond investor in the early s but continued to wade into stocks and made investments in various companies such as General Electric , Apple , and PepsiCo.
He described what has worked best for him in stock investing was where he felt a personal connection with the company.
O'Neal was looking to expand his business ventures with real-estate development projects aimed at assisting Orlando home owners facing foreclosure.
His plans involved buying the mortgages of those who had fallen into foreclosure and then selling the homes back to them under more affordable terms.
He would make a small profit in return, but wanted to make an investment in Orlando and help out homeowners.
O'Neal is on the advisory board for Tout Industries , a social video service startup company based in San Francisco. O'Neal is also the global spokesperson for the company.
In early O'Neal joined the Papa John's board of directors and invested in nine stores in the Atlanta area. In addition, he became the spokesperson for the company as part of the three-year contract.
O'Neal was raised by a Baptist mother and a Muslim stepfather. O'Neal married Shaunie Nelson on December 26, The couple have four children: Shareef , Amirah, Shaqir, and Me'arah.
Nelson also has one son from a previous relationship, Myles. Shaunie later said that the couple had gotten back together and that the divorce was withdrawn.
However, on November 10, , Shaunie filed an intent to divorce, citing irreconcilable differences. In , Shareef was seen in high school basketball highlights as a 6-footinch 2.
In June when Hall of Fame center George Mikan died, O'Neal, who considered Mikan to be a major influence, extended an offer to his family to pay all of the funeral expenses, which they accepted.
O'Neal is a member of Omega Psi Phi fraternity. O'Neal is a fan of the National Hockey League 's New Jersey Devils , who play in his hometown of Newark, and has been seen at several games over the years.
O'Neal endorsed Republican New Jersey governor Chris Christie in his reelection bid , appearing in a television advertisement.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other people called Shaquille, see Shaquille given name. For other people called Shaq, see Shaq disambiguation.
American basketball player and Investor. See also: List of career achievements by Shaquille O'Neal. Main article: Shaquille O'Neal discography.
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Archived from the original on November 9, Retrieved November 9, On more than one occasion during O'Neal's rookie season of —93, I heard him say of his then coach, "We've got to get Matty [Guokas] out of here and bring in Brian.
The New York Times. July 1, Retrieved November 6, Matt Guokas, who coached the Orlando Magic to the National Basketball Association's most improved record last season, was replaced today by an assistant, Brian Hill, and was reassigned to the front office as Orlando's vice president of basketball development.
Archived from the original on July 29, Retrieved August 5, It asked whether the Magic should fire coach Brian Hill if that were one of O'Neal's conditions for returning.
The poll appeared as Shaq and the Olympic basketball team trained in town. He hated the power struggle with his coach, Brian Hill.
There were occasional gripes at coach Brian Hill. Shaq Talks Back. Martin's Paperbacks. Retrieved November 7, We just didn't respect him.
Sometimes he went from nice to hardcore and people were looking around, like, 'This ain't the guy we know. Retrieved November 14, When I was in Orlando, I really felt like a big fish in a small, dried-up pond.
No matter what I did, it got talked about, until I couldn't really live my life. The Seattle Times.
Associated Press. July 18, Manila Standard. July 20, Retrieved December 29, Archived from the original on November 15, Retrieved November 15, So is greed, Michael Douglas once argued as Gordon Gekko, though O'Neal's changing coasts and uniforms is not about money.
We repeat: not about money. The athlete's other product agreements include Pepsi-Cola and Reebok. Archived from the original on April 20, Los Angeles Daily News.
Retrieved April 26, — via thefreelibrary. Archived from the original on May 23, Archived from the original on December 22, November 11, Retrieved January 8, Retrieved January 27, Archived from the original on July 15, Amarillo Globe-News.
June 11, The 76ers trailed from the second quarter on and missed their one and only chance to tie the game when Allen Iverson could make only one of two free throws with left — 15 seconds after O'Neal drew his sixth foul for backing over Dikembe Mutombo.
Retrieved November 17, A month before last training camp he had surgery to correct a claw toe deformity in the smallest toe of his left foot.
January 13, There was some head-scratching before it was divined that O'Neal meant "cheat" and not something either X-rated or far out, like "covenant" or "coronet.
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