Kobe & Shaq’s Lakers were a “wake-up call” for Nets in 2002 NBA Finals, says Kenyon Martin

The New Jersey Nets were an ultra talented team from 2001-2003. Led by all star point guard Jason Kidd, they had high fliers in Kenyon Martin and Richard Jefferson and were rounded out with the supporting cast of Kerry Kittles and Keith Van Horn. In 2002, that Nets team faced the Kobe Bryant and Shaquille

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Rick Barry

NBA HOF’er Rick Barry says Kobe Bryant wasn’t happy that Shaq didn’t show up ready to play all the time

Rick Barry checks in with Brandon ‘Scoop B’ Robinson on an episode of Scoop B Radio. Press Play Below To Listen! Rick Barry was one of the best to ever lace ‘em up. A champion in both the NBA and ABA, he’s a multiple All Star, scoring champ, was one of the NBA’s 50 Greatest

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Charles Barkley on ‘99 fight with Shaq: “we fought like girls”

Last night on TNT, NBA Playoff viewers were treated to entertaining analysis and banter from the “Inside The NBA” crew of Kenny Smith, Ernie Johnson, Shaquille O’Neal and Charles Barkley. During halftime of the Houston Rockets/Minnesota Timberwolves’ game, Barkley had folks on twitter in comedic stitches when he said that football players are ‘as dumb

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Shaquille O’Neal

Fisch’s Friday Rant: Shaq Statue and Making Bigs Great Again

You know what time it is! It’s Friday Ranting time! So, I’m back this week with some new topics. There has been some talk about players taking games off, Shaq got himself a statue for his efforts, and it’s time that we made the big man great again. First of all, there was a little

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JaVale McGee

Fisch’s Friday Rant: Petty Drama and Trainers

This week’s Fisch’s Friday Rant is dedicated to stories that should not be stories, petty drama, terrible medical staffs, and competitive games. JaVale McGee and Shaq are the leading duo in the topic of stories that shouldn’t be stories. McGee and Shaq got into it over Twitter after Shaq made it a little personal on

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Shaquille O'Neal, Dwight Howard

Shaq: Dwight Howard and Orlando reunion could ‘definitely work’

Shaquille O’Neal, fresh off of getting the nod for the Hall of Fame, now thinks that the a potential reunion between the Orlando Magic and Dwight Howard could work out and be a good thing for both parties. Via Calvin Watkins of ESPN: “I think it would be good for the city,” O’Neal said Monday

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VIDEO: Florida cop brings Shaq to play basketball against local kids

One of the best memories I have as a kid was playing basketball in the street with tons of friends. Those games can become as intense as a game in the NBA Finals, or they can be one of the funniest, mess-around games ever. Either way, that’s where a lot of kids first fell in

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Lakers Lair, Ep. 3: Larry Nance, Trade Scenarios, Shaq Underrated?

Back in the lair, BJ Boyer talks the emergence of Larry Nance Jr. in the Lakers lineup, now possibly the steal of the draft. Also, Jordan Clarkson’s impending free agency, possible trade scenarios involving Lou Williams, Nick Young, and/or Brandon Bass, and Brian Scalabrine’s comments on the Dan Patrick Show about Shaquille O’Neal being the

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anthony davis

Shaq: Anthony Davis ‘Probably’ Best PF In The League

Anthony Davis was nothing short of extraordinary in just his third season in the NBA last year. He’s been improving upon each season, and his growth is astounding. Davis has vaulted himself into the conversation of the top players in the NBA, and now Shaquille O’Neal is saying that he’s the best power forward in

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Fisch’s Friday Rant: Hack-a-C’mon Son

Check out last Friday’s rant here. I come here today to talk to you all about free throws. Not a jumpshot, not a hookshot, free throws. The first thing that comes to mind these days when talking about free throws is the “hack-a-shaq” strategy. We have some great playoff series going on right now, yet

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