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Shaquille O'Neal is a huge part of Laker History. Jerry West who made many brilliant moves made his best one when he convinced Shaquille O'Neal to sign with the Lakers instead of staying with the Orlando Magic. How the fans of the Orlando Magic let this superstar get away is a mystery. As a Laker he has been unstoppable. He will go down in history as one of the most dominant players the NBA has ever seen. Shaq Daddy, Wilt the Stilt and Kareem are 3 of the best centers to play the game of basketball and they all played for the Los Angeles Lakers.

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    Shaquille O'Neal - Los Angeles Lakers
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    Shaquille O'Neal - MVP 2000 - İPhotofile
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    Shaquille O'Neal - 004 - İPhotofile
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    Shaquille O'Neal 2002 NBA Finals Action #05 - İPhotofile
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    Shaquille O'Neal - 003 - İPhotofile Shaquille O'Neal - With  2001 Trophies - İPhotofile Shaquille O'Neal 2002 NBA Finals Action #07 - İPhotofile Shaquille O'Neal 2002 NBA Finals Action #06 - İPhotofile Shaquille O'Neal
    Shaquille O'Neal - 003 - İPhotofile
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    Shaquille O'Neal - With 2001 Trophies - İPhotofile
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    Shaquille O'Neal 2002 NBA Finals Action #07 - İPhotofile
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    Shaquille O'Neal 2002 NBA Finals Action #06 - İPhotofile
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    Shaquille O'Neal
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    Shaquille O'Neal The Highlight Zone Bryant & O'Neal - studio portrait - İPhotofile
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    The Highlight Zone
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    Bryant & O'Neal - studio portrait - İPhotofile
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    Shaq O'Neal Speaking His Mind After a Laker Loss

    One of the things I've always respected about Shaq is his willingness to speak his mind. The Lakers faced Sacramento on Easter Sunday April 11, 2004 in a crucial game. Unfortunately for the Lakers, things didn't go their way and they were defeated by the Kings. We were watching the post-game coverage with my grandparents when one of the funniest things I've ever seen with Shaq took place. No one wants to talk after a big loss and the reporter on ABC 7 kept asking the same silly question. Shaq answered it the first time and the reporter said, "what do you mean?" That was when Shaq said the f word on live tv. ESPN covered their incident on an April 12th article on their site under ESPN.com news services
    "LOS ANGELES -- Shaquille O'Neal, who cursed during a live postgame television interview Sunday for the second time this season, said Monday he doesn't intend to watch his language in the future.
    'I was just speaking my mind, and I'll continue to speak my mind,' the Lakers' superstar said. ' ... But kids, don't use this as an example.'
    O'Neal fought foul trouble throughout the Lakers' 102-85 loss to Sacramento, finishing with 10 points and five rebounds. A group interview session in the Lakers' locker room was breaking up when O'Neal made a profane response to a final question, asking him to clarify an earlier statement about the Kings' play.
    'Not impressed, not impressed,' he said. 'Not [expletive] impressed, you know what I mean?'
    At least one TV station was showing the interview live.
    On Feb. 1 in Toronto, O'Neal used two profanities while criticizing the referees in a postgame interview with a Los Angeles TV station. O'Neal later issued a statement of apology, but he was suspended without pay for one game, costing the center about $295,000.
    The Lakers were outraged by the suspension, with coach Phil Jackson saying, 'The league is known for its vindictiveness.' The team was infuriated again when Houston's Steve Francis received only a $25,000 fine after using a profanity during a halftime interview in a nationally televised game in Sacramento on March 21.
    O'Neal's latest profanity wasn't directed at the referees, which might mitigate the league's response.
    The Lakers have only two games remaining: at home against Golden State on Tuesday, followed by a road game at Portland on Wednesday. After losing to the Kings, Los Angeles seems likely to finish with the Western Conference's fourth-best record regardless of the outcomes."

    Sometimes humor is what we need to get through difficulties. I don't think Shaq was trying to be funny, he was just being honest. However, the incident came of as funny to my brother and I and it made us feel a little bit better about the tough loss.

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