Shaquille O'Neal has been making the rounds around the NBA community recently, giving fans a lot of content with his fun behavior but also for his controversial statements. This isn't something new, but whenever Shaq does or says something eyebrow-raising, people are ready to react.
His presence on social media is huge whether he talks about NBA or other things. He's constantly joking with fans and recently dropped an interesting video with one of the biggest internet sensations in recent times. Shaq shared a video with Russian content creator Hasbulla Magomedov.
In the short clip, Shaq is just minding his business while Hasbulla approaches him from his blind side, touches him on the shoulder, and pulls his signature move. When Shaq turns around, Magomedov hits him in the face. The player joked with this, claiming that the Russian almost dropped him.
"@hasbulla.hushetskiy almost knocked me out," he captioned the post with.
It's good to see that Shaq is having a nice time while on vacation. He's been very active in Australia, even threatening Charles Barkley to get hit in the face, maybe as Hasbulla did to him.
Moreover, in recent days, O'Neal doubled down on his comments claiming that the earth is flat, citing some odd reasons to explain why he believes what he believes.
“It’s a theory,” O’Neal told the hosts, via Outkick. “It’s just a theory, they teach us a lot of things. It’s just a theory.”
“I flew 20 hours today, not once did I go this way,” O’Neal said, explaining that he “didn’t tip over” or “go upside down.”
As you can see, Shaq has strong opinions, and he never hesitates to share them with the public. We're getting ready for another NBA season where many teams will have the chance to win the championship. O'Neal, however, believes that nobody is getting past Stephen Curry, even calling him the best player in the world.
Meanwhile, his Lakers can still be competitive if they make certain moves, but nothing is clear right now. Whatever happens, Shaq will be there to give his input, entertaining fans like he always does.