Shaquille O’Neal uses 5-time All-Star as a bicep curler 

“NBA on TNT” features Shaquille O’Neal, Charles Barkley, and Reggie Miller of the Hall of Famers. While completing the playoffs, Shaq and “Uncle Reg” took a lot of time to practice.

Sometimes during training, the session becomes a little pony ride. That can be expected, when Shaq is present. Miller, who is well aware of O’Neal’s desire to get back in shape, wants to see just how strong the LA Lakers icon remains.

Here’s what happened when both icons tried out a fun, unique hairstyle for O’Neal:

“Raise, must be curled, you see? See that (Stan) Van Gundy? I’m in the gym, Van Gundy? ‘ said O’Neal.

O’Neal is poking fun at Miller’s TNT flirting partner, former coach Stan Van Gundy. Miller and SVG have been assigned to call the series between the Golden State Warriors and the Dallas Mavericks, who will be playing Game 2 on Friday night.

The legendary Indiana Pacers gunner’s competitive weight was 185 pounds. It’s safe to say he’s noticeably heavier since retiring in 2005. Despite the extra weight, Shaq flexed him five times while talking, shooting Van Gundy.

Before taking the potentially risky move because both of them are no longer in top form, Miller humorously begs Shaq not to abandon him. His fears were unfounded when the four-time NBA champion lifted him up as a set of strong contenders.

Perhaps more than O’Neal’s incredible strength, to be expected based on his frame, is how toned Shaq looks. From the video, it looks like the three-time finalist MVP is seriously keeping his word to regain his fitness.

The “Black Superman” listed play weight is 325 pounds. On the surface, he probably weighed less than 300 pounds.


Shaquille O’Neal and Reggie Miller could see a much more competitive game between the Dallas Mavericks and the Golden State Warriors in Game 2

Reggie Miller and Shaquille O & # 039; Neal will present Game 2 of the Dallas Mavericks vs Golden State Warriors series in the Western Conference finals. [Photo: Fadeaway World]
Reggie Miller and Shaquille O’Neal will present Game 2 of the Dallas Mavericks vs Golden State Warriors series in the Western Conference finals. [Photo: Fadeaway World]

The opener between the Bay Area team and Mark Cuban’s team was a blast as Golden State won 112-87 on Wednesday. Dallas seems to be struggling to keep up with the intensity and pace of the Warriors. The Golden State defense also forced Mavericks star Luka Doncic into the worst playoff of his career.

Dallas looked unsettled as the game progressed, possibly due to an emotionally bloody seven-game streak against the Phoenix Suns in the semifinals. The Mavericks had enough time to dissect what they did wrong and needed to take the necessary measures for what the Warriors did in Game 1.

Reggie Miller and Stan Van Gundy repeatedly raved about the Warriors’ ball movements and personnel in Game 1. It was a far different beast from what they faced in the first two innings of the Warriors. knockout round.

They were also impressed by Andrew Wiggins’ impeccable defense against Doncic, who struggled all game. Wiggins’ on-field press defense of the Slovenian star made it difficult for Dallas to comfortably execute their attacks.

However, the Mavericks showed incredible poise and resilience in the knockout stages. Hopefully Shaquille O’Neal, Miller and Van Gundy will have a more entertaining game when Game 2 begins.


Edited by Joseph Schiefelbein

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