Shaq opens the show with his honest, raw rant about the actions against George Floyd and how 2020 has shaped up to be the worst year of his life with everything that's unfolded so far. He shares his honest thoughts on change, and along with B-Dog, John and Rob have a very frank and honest conversation about the state of our society. It's really a great, honest and raw conversation. And of course we dive into the return of the NBA season and Shaq continues to argue that this year will always be an asterisk season. We find some laughs along the way, of course we have a little fun with Borderline, and we play an epic showdown of all our games in Shaq's "Game of All Games". Follow @Shaqcast on Twitter, The Big Podcast with Shaq on Instagram and Facebook, or email your best clips and questions to TheBigPodcastWithShaq@gmail.com.
Shaq reflects on closing out our fifth year of the podcast as we get ready to celebrate our anniversary on June 1st. We talk about the infamous Shaq-vs-Hakeem one on one that never came to be, and jump into some nostalgic stories as we answer some great texts to the show. The incredible Taylor Rooks joins the show to talk about the second season of her Bleacher Report show "Take It There", and as a Georgia girl we get her to stick around for a round of Walmart or Waffle House! And on the eve of our five year anniversary, we relive everyone's all-time favorite Borderlines. Follow the show on Twitter @Shaqcast, on Instagram and Facebook at The Big Podcast with Shaq - or email your best clips and questions to TheBigPodcastWithShaq@gmail.com.
Shaquille O'Neal seems to be doing well during life in quarantine, as we get caught up on the Last Dance as Shaq compares the story about Michael's "flu game" to the lie he made up about David Robinson. We're also joined by the incredible Cari Champion and after Shaq's proposal, Shaq seems to accidentally break the news that she's joining his family at Turner Sports! We get into Phil Jackson's recruitment to LA by Shaq, the huge NBA Zoom call where Shaq revealed how he once almost choked Pat Riley, and the late years of Shaq's career. Of course we get Borderline, and we read some awkward names in our game "No Laugh Graduation". Follow @Shaqcast on Twitter - The Big Podcast with Shaq on Instagram and Facebook - or email your best clips and questions to TheBigPodcastWithShaq@gmail.com.
Shaq kicks off the show with the question on everyone's mind... did Shaq really say to scrap the rest of the NBA season? He comes back by saying that a shortened season would not count toward a championship - like he thinks Time Duncan shouldn't get credit for 1999. He backs up his controversial argument and how he could never play in an empty arena, as the fans control the game as much as the players. We of course touch on The Last Dance since Shaq's 95 Magic team was featured as they knocked the Bulls out of the 95 Playoffs. We do a fun round of Borderline, and Stephen Jackson returns to the show to play a round of Black Crime or White Crime! Get into the mix on Twitter by following @Shaqcast - The Big Podcast with Shaq on Instagram and Facebook - or email TheBigPodcastWithShaq@gmail.com.