Shaquille O’Neal’s Son Shareef Fires Back At NBA Legend Who Had More Rings Than Michael Jordan

Shaquille O’Neal, the Lakers legend, is one of the most entertaining athletes in the world of sports. The legendary center was a force of nature on both ends of nature. He was a physical marvel and a unicorn in the league. For someone his size, Shaq was built like a mountain. His physicality helped him dominate the opposition players.

Shaq also has been very supportive of his kids in achieving their dreams of playing basketball. His son Shareef O’Neal went to the Louisiana State University, his father’s alma mater for his college. Recently, he also played for the Summer League affiliate of the Los Angeles Lakers.

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Shareef will now be playing with Team Ignite in the G league as he works towards reaching his dream of playing in the NBA. Recently, one NBA legend who has more NBA Championships than Michael Jordan had some words for Shareef. Eventually, Shareef too responded.

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Robert Horry, who won three NBA Championships with the Lakers, first said,” I don’t know if he has that dog in him to go out there and take what he wants.”

To this, Shareef responded, “I know this outta love and no disrespect!!! I got you BIG SHOT but you know who raised me, I don’t quit. Always been taught to go get it and take it. Been heading in the right step…like I said I got you! Youll see.”

2000-2002 Lakers: The last team to three-peat

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In the early 2000s, Los Angeles Lakers are the last team to have three-peat in the modern NBA. They had Shaquille O’Neal in his prime. Shaquille O’Neal in his prime is the most dominant player in the history of the NBA. They also had an up-and-coming Kobe Bryant who ably co-led the Lakers with Shaq.

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Robert Horry was also part of the Lakers team that won three consecutive NBA Championships.

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Lakers from left Tyronn Lue, Brian Shaw, Robert Horry, Shaquille O’Neal, and Ron Harper in Philadelphia. (Photo by Wally Skalij/Los Angeles Times via Getty Images)

Shaq won three NBA Finals MVPs with the Lakers in four NBA Finals and won them in a convincing fashion. He averaged more than thirty points a game in all three Finals. Lakers also reached the NBA Finals in 2004 but lost to the Detroit Pistons.

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