â†µShaq has now been many places, and won many titles, or at least â†µconvinced teams they were in the hunt. But in the twilight of his â†µcareer, when he's only a shadow of the dominant player he once was, he â†µhas found true love. Really, that's the explanation for his latest â†µassessment of the Cavs, from the Akron Beacon Journal: â†µâ†µ
â†µâ‡¥ ''Like I said before, one through 15, it's probably the â†µâ‡¥best team that I've been on,'' O'Neal said. ''I've always been on â†µâ‡¥management to get me the shooters I needed and the power forward I â†µâ‡¥needed, but here [we have that].'' â†µâ†µFirst, let's not make too big a deal of this. Shaq always â†µgoes to extremes, says stuff to get noticed and get a rise out of â†µpeople, and is a tireless cheerleader for whatever jersey he wears at â†µthe time. Why shouldn't he be? He's also said a lot over the years â†µabout former teammates that borders on back-stabbing. This comment, â†µthough, is pure hyperbole, at exactly the right time and place for it.
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