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  1. #1
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    Exclamation Should Shaquille O'Neal Retire?

    As every team stacks up on players, teams are looking the other way than signing the 38 year old. It's obviouse that his leaving LA and Miami and burning the bridges on the way out has back fired on his career...

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    He wants salary and minutes most teams refuse to give him.
    Ask me about my balls ...

    Here

  3. #3
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    He should

  4. #4
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    He is nothing but a role player that helps down low and is a role player that can get you 16/8. I wish he retired after the title in Miami but he's still a player that can give a lot of help, especially against Dwight
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    Hell no, he (Durant) is too humble of a player and I only like humble players.
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    He lost with HCA, while having 5 time champion Derek Fisher coming off the bench!
    PWND!

  5. #5
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    He can still help out a contending team.

    But honestly, it's a shame to see him like he is today. A shadow of how great and unstoppable he was during his prime.

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    Miami or Atlanta!!!

  7. #7
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    Shaquille pls go to thunder

    Shaquille to the thunder let's get it just play thru him when Durant goes to bench

  8. #8
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    I have a feeling he'll end up in Miami... maybe Orlando?

    I doubt he's done... some team will sign him.

    To answer your question, nah he shouldn't if he doesn't want to. It's his career, and the guy can end it whenever he chooses to.

  9. #9
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    no hes still servicable just wants too much money

  10. #10
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    Simply put, Yes

  11. #11
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    He won't. I think he still wants to win 1 more as a starter before he retires. Also wants a huge contract.

  12. #12
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    I think he still has 1 or 2 years left in him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kobe5RingKing View Post
    As every team stacks up on players, teams are looking the other way than signing the 38 year old. It's obviouse that his leaving LA and Miami and burning the bridges on the way out has back fired on his career...
    Who wants to retire when you are 30 something and doing what you love?

    He isn't an all star anymore, sure... But the league doesn't have a lot fo true centers. Why not do what you wanna do?

  14. #14
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    Nope.. He deserves to play one more year..




  15. #15
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    He is a cancer atm of his career. No contenders should take on him. Talk about a perfect chemistry killer who barely respects coaching staff.

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