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Shaquille O'Neal Shows His New $16 Million House In Miami And It Looks Amazing

Shaquille O'Neal Shows His New $16 Million House In Miami And It Looks Amazing

During his playing days, Shaquille O'Neal was one of the biggest names in the NBA. He achieved a lot in his career, be it NBA championships, individual accolades, or earning a big check for providing his services to teams. But not many players that play in the league further increase their wealth after retiring from the NBA.

In fact, most go broke due to their inflated lifestyle and no longer have the comfort of earning millions for playing basketball. That's where Shaq is different from a lot of retired NBA stars. After his playing career was over, O'Neal invested in a lot of successful companies, which in return ballooned his net worth.

Additionally, the four-time NBA champion also works as an analyst for "NBA on TNT" to get a steady income. Combining the above-mentioned things, Shaq can easily afford a lavish lifestyle despite being retired from the NBA for a decade.

The 49-year-old recently moved to Miami after living in Orlando for 20 years. Of course, the NBA legend purchased an amazing house in Miami. To be precise, Shaq bought a $16 million house to start his life in Miami.

In the video, fans can see Shaq showing off his usual goofy side as we learn more about his house. 

While the video doesn't go into the specifics of Shaq's new home, it is quite obvious that there must be all sorts of amenities provided to him. From what we can see, there is a garage, a huge pool, an amazing home theater, and without a doubt many huge rooms.

Moreover, Shaq filled his house with some-fancy looking furniture. Apart from that, he has filled the house with random stuff that he likes. For example, a mirror that looks like a 1960 photo frame, which was suggested to him by his friend.

It was good to see what our beloved NBA analyst has been up to when he is not providing fans with his hot takes on "NBA on TNT." Speaking of his hot takes, he recently predicted that the Lakers will finish the season as a top 4 seed despite a poor start to the season.

Whether he will be right or not, we will find out when the season is over. Until then, one can only make guesses about how O'Neal's former team will play.