(Video & Pics) NBA: Watch 5’2 Hoopz Carry 7’1 Shaq On Her Back…In Heels

Posted by Sabrina B. @gametimegirl In case you missed it, Shaq was on the Jimmy Kimmel show on Tuesday night and Shaq revealed to Jimmy that Hoopz can actually carry him on her back and later brought her out on stage to prove it. Shaq is 7’1, 325lbs & Hoopz only weighs in at around 5’2, 125lbs. Check it out after the jump…

NBA: Pat Riley Addresses Shaq Dissing Him

Posted by Sabrina B. @gametimegirl For all the shots Shaquille O’Neal has taken in print and in promotion at Pat Riley’s expense when it has come to his new autobiography, “Shaq Uncut: My Story,” one somewhat leaps off the page. That would be Page 180, when he talks about Riley’s “Gestapo conditioning.”

(Throwback Video) NBA: Penny, Shaq, Sprewell & Timmy Go HAM in 1994

Posted by Sabrina B. @gametimegirl This game from Dec. 16, 1994 was when the Magic played the Warriors in an overtime thriller full of obscene stat lines. Penny went for 38 and 13 assists, Shaq put up 40 and 18 rebounds, Spree poured in a ho-hum 40, and Tim Hardaway, only a few weeks into a comeback from a serious knee injury that made him miss all of the previous season, dished out 22 assists. Check it out after the jump…

NBA: Shaq & Charles Barkley to Headline 6-part NBA TV Series

Posted by Sabrina B. @gametimegirl Shaquille O’Neal, Charles Barkley and other Turner Sports’ NBA analysts will share their stories and opinions in a new series debuting this week on NBA TV.

(Video) NBA: Top 5 NBA Fights Of All-Time

Posted by Sabrina B. @gametimegirl & @Shay_Marie Still no NBA and it’s not looking good right now, so we’ve been posting throw back videos for the past couple weeks and people seem to just love the fights. We’d love to know what some of your favorite past NBA moments are and we’ll post’em up! Check out the 5 greatest NBA fights of all-time.

NBA: Shaq Inks His First Endorsement Since Retirement

Posted by Sabrina B. @gametimegirl Shaq was a two-time All-American and two-time SEC Player of the Year, and he received the Adolph Rupp Trophy as the NCAA’s top hoopster in 1991. He left LSU to go pro before his senior year but returned to get a B.A. With those kinds of collegiate credentials, maybe it’s appropriate that he’s one of the new trio of basketballers who will be featured in a “Journey to Comfort” campaign for the Dove Men+Care personal products line that will make its debut in time for March Madness next year.

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