NBA Hall of Fame member Shaquille O’Neal is probably the most dominant player in NBA history and feared by many in his brilliant basketball career, but has been than to confront.
In a recent edition of Inside the NBA, Shaq spoke frankly about four players who scared him on the court. Michael Jordan “feared” the 7’1 center.
Shaq says: When asked how long the fear of the confrontation with MJ lasted, Shaq told his co-organizer, “The whole game.”
Alternatively, he is the best player. The second was worried because he had to get in and get back and face the boys, and three, he was very good. On TV, it is really real.
In addition to fear of fighting jokes, Shack acknowledged that he was afraid of fellow Hall of Fame Patrick Ewing, David Robinson, and Charles Berkeley. “Olajuwon was not so bad. He was kind but not bad. Berkeley was not bad.