At age 43, Shaquille O’Neil still wants to prove that he can still rock the rim and he did it in his own way as shown in a video courtesy of The Couldron.
In the video, Shaq seemed to be trying to convince Sacramento Kings’ center, DeMarcus Cousins that he can still do the Shaq attack dunk.
Prior to that, Shaq had a bet with Charles Barkley that he can still dunk the basketball.
In the 90’s and in the early 2000’s Shaq was a devastating force in the painted area and no one ever dunked the ball more powerful than him in the history of the league.
Shaq’s powerful dunks had shattered a lot of backboards made engineers restructure the basketball courts that we have today.
Now, the ‘Big Aristotle’ is named as one of the finalists that will be inducted in the NBA Hall of Fame class of 2016 in what seems to be a just a formality.
O’Neil came in to the league and averaged 23.7 points, 10.9 rebounds and 2.3 blocks a game all throughout his career. More monumental was his participation with the Lakers organization and delivered a three-peat back in 2000-2002 in which he became finals MVP in each of those years. O’Neil was also a part of the 50 greatest players of all-time list.