Shaquille O'Neal

Shaquille O’Neal began his NBA career with the Orlando Magic in 1992. After four years, the 7’ 1” center jumped to the L.A. Lakers, where he won three consecutive championships (2000, ’01, ’02). He was traded to the Miami Heat, where he won another championship in 2006, followed by stints in Phoenix, Cleveland and Boston. He is also known for his off-court interests, including his low-priced sneaker line as well as a brief career as a rapper and as a reserve officer with the Los Angeles Port Police. In 2011, he announced his retirement via Twitter.

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