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Posts Tagged ‘Boston Celtics

Shaquille O’Neal, The Lakers’ Unique Big Man

April 2, 2013

Shaquille O’Neal’s basketball imprint in the Lakerland will surely be hard to duplicate. This is not to take away anything from other former Laker great big men like the George Mikan, Wilt Chamberlain or even Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, but definitely, Shaq has left his own brand of basketball in the proud city of Los Angeles. His […]

Shaquille O’Neal & Change

March 14, 2013

Shaquille O’Neal is considered by far as the most powerful player to ever dominate the game of basketball. Maximizing his 7’1” frame and 325-pound weight, the single-powerful force in the middle dunked his way for points or simply overpowered his defenders during his colorful 19-year NBA career. As the first overall pick in the 1992 […]

Lessons We Can Learn From The Lakers Bounce Back

November 25, 2012

The 1984 NBA Finals provided an opportunity for the Los Angeles Lakers to finally end the Boston Celtics’ domination over them since the green-and-white have gone 7-0 against the purple-and-gold during their previous championship series. The Lakers actually took the series lead, 2-1 following their 137-104 hammering of the off-form Celtics on Game Three. But […]